SEC approves rule that investing advocates say will ‘crush shareholder voices’ and curbs some whistleblower paydays

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The Trump administration’s Securities and Exchange Commission voted Wednesday to make it tougher for average investors to submit resolutions for a vote at company shareholder meetings, a move that drew particular criticism from environmental and social investing advocates. The regulatory body also approved amendments to the rules governing monetary awards made to corporate whistleblowers.

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