JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Shareholders at Winn-Dixie’s annual meeting here voted to approve a “say on pay” proposal, which would allow shareholders a non-binding vote to ratify compensation of the company’s senior directors annually. The proposal was submitted by activist shareholder George Schultze and his Purchase, N.Y.-based Schultze Asset Management firm, and was recommended for rejection by Winn-Dixie’s board. Schultze in a statement said the voting demonstrated a “lack of confidence” in ...
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