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The San Francisco Chronicle reports that a group of investors including the the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary are asking Cisco Systems to rethink how much it pays top executives, and will bring up the issue at Cisco’s annual shareholder meeting this […]

The San Francisco Chronicle reports that a group of investors including the the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary are asking Cisco Systems to rethink how much it pays top executives, and will bring up the issue at Cisco’s annual shareholder meeting this morning in San Jose

bq. “We look to protect the vulnerable, which is the lowest-paid workers,” said Julie Tanner, corporate advocacy coordinator for Christian Brothers Investment Services. Her group manages investments for Catholic schools, dioceses and orders.

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