Stanford Rock Center Series on Shareholder Activism – How it Began and How It’s Reshaping Today’s Investment Landscape (Videos)

This is an excellent three-part series of videos of presentations made at the Stanford Rock Center on Corporate Governance, on the topic of shareholder activisn and how it has changed a lot in the last 15 years. The series provided a very up-to-date overview of proxy fights, PR wars and activist defense.

Shareholder Activism I

http://rockcenter.law.stanford.edu/2012/04/28/shareholder-activism/

Shareholder Activism II

http://rockcenter.law.stanford.edu/2012/05/14/shareholder-activism-ii/

Shareholder Activism III

http://rockcenter.law.stanford.edu/2012/05/14/shareholder-activism-iii/

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