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The two leading proxy advisory firms — Institutional Shareholder Services and Glass Lewis — recommended that shareholders defy the board on three resolutions up for a vote.

Both support a resolution what would stop Bob Iger from being both CEO and COB, they support a resolution that would make it easier for outsiders to nominate board members, and they oppose an advisory resolution to approve the executive compensation plan including the over $40 million Iger is to be paid.

For more information check out the following article:
http://www.deadline.com/2013/02/shareholder-proxy-advisers-o...

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