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Published on May 15, 2012
On April 23th, 2012 Stanford's Rock Center for Corporate Governance hosted the second part of its three part series on Shareholder Activism with a discussion titled, "Non-contested situations in activism and behind-the-scenes influence."
The series featured Mason Morfit, a Partner at ValueAct Capital and one of the most successful shareholder activists in the US, and Abe Friedman, former Global Head of Corporate Governance & Responsible Investment for BlackRock ,who shared insights from their experience in the trenches engaging every day with management teams and boards on behalf of investors.