The Securities and Exchange Commission plans to issue a proposal to have new rules in place for corporate annual meetings in 2008, according to published reports.
The Los Angeles Times reported that SEC Chairman Christopher Cox said that the proposal, aimed at promoting shareholder democracy, will address the ability of shareholders to nominate corporate directors and place candidates' names on the company's proxy ballots.
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