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Annual and Special Corporate Meetings

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  • Webster Bank Shareholders Vent At Annual Meeting

    When Webster Financial Corp. bought the tiny Ridgefield bank where Jim Belote was a shareholder 10 years ago, Webster promised conservative growth and lending. At Webster's annual meeting Thursday, Belote told the bank's senior management that isn't...
  • At Phoenix Shareholder Meeting, Frustration And Optimism Voiced

    For all the company's troubles, Friday's annual shareholder meeting of the Phoenix Cos. was a rather quiet affair. The meeting was held in Phoenix's headquarters in Hartford, with about 50 attending, a majority of them board members, executives and...
  • Tale Of Two Airlines

    Tale Of Two Airlines
    One of the biggest and the busiest US airlines said recovery will be slow. Southwest Airlines and American Airlines both held annual meetings. The CEO of Southwest Airlines Gary Kelly said, "this time last year nobody saw this kind of recessions coming."...
  • At The Hartford, 200 Layoffs In '09, And More To Come

    The Hartford has laid off about 200 employees in the Hartford region so far this year, and more job cuts are coming locally and companywide, CEO Ramani Ayer said in an interview Wednesday after the annual shareholders' meeting. The company had previously...
  • At Wal-Mart, Clinton didn't upset any carts

    At a Democratic presidential debate last month, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton described Wal-Mart, the world's largest retail company, as a "mixed blessing." She spoke from experience. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: An article on May 19, 2007,...
  • Pickup truck, SUV sales run out of gas

    Pickup truck, SUV  sales run out of gas
    A month of gasoline prices near $4 a gallon was enough to sour Americans' long love affair with trucks and sport utility vehicles, pushing them back into sedans -- and driving Detroit's automakers into deeper trouble. U.S. sales results released...
  • GM parks the SUVs, squeezes into compacts

    On a day of reckoning for the American way of building and driving cars and trucks, General Motors announced a bold attempt Tuesday to wean itself from a dependency on large SUVs and pickups, declaring that gasoline prices won't retreat and the company...
  • PPL meets with satisfied shareholders

    What a difference between PPL Corp.'s annual shareholder meeting Wednesday and the public hearing on the Allentown company's rising electricity rates. That hearing in Bethlehem last month -- the first such event directly related to electricity...
  • Coming soon in the medical arsenal against cancer: vaccines

    Coming soon in the medical arsenal against cancer: vaccines
    It's a deceptively simple idea: What if doctors could recruit the body's own immune system to fight cancer? The complexities of the immune system have kept this from becoming reality, until now. Three cancer vaccines -- for prostate cancer, melanoma and...
  • Convention calendar

    Convention calendar
    Orgill Spring Dealer Market, Feb. 2-4, Orange County Convention Center, 20,000. Not open to the public. International Builders' Show 2012, Feb. 8-11, Orange County Convention Center, 65,000. Not open to the public. Keller Williams Realty Family...
  • Kent Kresa

    Kent Kresa, GM board member and a former chairman and CEO of Northrop Grumman Corp., was named interim chairman GM after Rick Wagoner was forced out as part of the Obama administration's sweeping last-ditch effort to save the century-old auto giant. Kent...
  • Political Struggle Centers on Welfare-to-Work Contractor

    Los Angeles County today becomes ground zero in a growing battle over privatizing social services, as the Board of Supervisors prepares to sign a $23-million welfare-to-work deal with a corporation whose tactics in acquiring government contracts have come...