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  1. Iceland's President Gudni Johannesson has won a second four-year term

    Iceland president re-elected with 92% of vote

    Iceland's President Gudni Johannesson has been re-elected with a whopping 92 percent of the vote, according to final results released on Sunday.
  2. FILE PHOTO: A sign for BlackRock Inc hangs above their building in New York

    BlackRock votes to split CEO, chairman roles at Exxon Mobil

    Top fund manager BlackRock Inc on Wednesday said it cast an advisory vote in favor of an independent chairman at Exxon Mobil Corp and cast votes ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: American International Group Inc. (AIG) headquarters seen in New York

    AIG approaches shareholder pay vote with cautious approval from proxy firms

    American International Group Inc faces a crucial test on Wednesday, when shareholders are to vote on whether the board of directors has ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: Passengers board a Norwegian Air plane in Kirkenes

    Norwegian Air's shareholders vote in favour of rescue plan: DN

    Norwegian Air's shareholders gave their backing on Monday to the company's financial survival plan, with about 95per cent of votes cast ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: The Goldman Sachs company logo is seen in the company's space on the floor of the

    Goldman Sachs shareholders vote to approve executive compensation

    Goldman Sachs Group Inc said Thursday at its annual shareholder meeting that 71per cent of votes were cast in favor of the bank's executive ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: Pichot, IRB World Rugby vice-president, speaks to Reuters in an interview in Buenos Air

    New Zealand expect 'close' World Rugby vote after backing Pichot

    New Zealand Rugby boss Brett Impey confirmed on Thursday his governing body has voted for Agustin Pichot in World Rugby's election for the ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: Logo of Bayer AG at a plant of the German pharmaceutical and chemical maker in Wuppertal

    Bayer board wins shareholder vote of approval at AGM

    Bayer shareholders on Tuesday voted in favour of ratifying the executive board's business conduct during 2019, following a rebuke a year earlier.