CNBC was at the Apple shareholders annual meeting that took place February 23 in Cupertino, and you can read through detailed notes of the summit on its site. There were only a few official matters to discuss, and the first was whether or not the company would adopt majority voting for its board of directors, requiring a majority vote for each director to stay.
Shareholders decided to approve the measure, meaning board members would have to resign without a voting majority, but that ruling didn’t matter much; all of the directors were elected with over 80 percent of the vote …
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Tidbits from Apple’s shareholders meeting