Who is the activist investor who may be about to land a seat on the board of one of Ohio’s biggest employers?
It’s a boardroom battle waged between shareholders wielding blue ballots or proxy cards (in support of Procter & Gamble’s recommended slate of board nominees) and white proxy cards (cast by those who support giving Nelson Peltz a seat on P&G’s board.)
Here are three things to know about Peltz, the investor some observers say is pushing one of the biggest proxy fights in history. READ ON.
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