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(Studio: Dan Rather) Retail sales and new unemployment claims figures reported.
(Washington: Bill Plante) New Securities and Exchange Commission rules on the reporting of executive salaries featured. [SEC chairman, Richard BREEDEN - talks about shareholders' access to facts.] Example given of salary of Fortune 500 company chairman. Securities and Exchange Commission reported ordering corporations such as IBM, Chrysler, Kodak, and Aetna to include shareholder motions on the executive pay issue on the proxy statements for their annual meetings. [Representative Charles SCHUMER - comments on executive salaries.]
- Plante, Bill;
- Rather, Dan
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