Among the scheduled tasks at the meeting are the election of board directors, approval of executive compensation, and selection of an accounting firm. Also up for a vote are two shareholder proposals, which Apple’s board has recommended voting against.
The first proposal is to require the company’s top executives to hold at least 33 percent of their shares until they reach the age of retirement. The second recommends that Apple create a board committee on human rights to review the company’s policies in this matter and assess impacts of company operations and supply.
Shareholders will also get the chance to ask direct questions to company executives, which may lead to some insight on Apple’s product plans as well.
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