CHESHUNT, England — A shareholder campaign protesting the executive pay at Tesco here failed to garner a majority of votes, the company said at its annual meeting on Friday. Preliminary results showed that 38% of shareholders cast their votes against the executive remuneration plan, Tesco said, meaning that the pay plan would be approved. CtW Investment Group, a Tesco shareholder affiliated with the Change to Win union coalition, had campaigned against the pay package, citing in particular ...

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