Can a Post Office Be a Bank?

There has been lots of controversy over the U.S. Postal Service’s plan to sell off dozens of post office properties across the country by a real estate firm chaired by the husband of the Senior U.S. Senator from California, presumably to raise money to save the...

HP Resolution

Harrington Investments Shareholder Resolution on Human Rights As an owner of Hewlett Packard stock, we are concerned that our company’s cooperation with foreign governments to monitor their citizens will result in expensive legal challenges to our firm and lead...

Apple Resolution

Combating Human Rights Abuses in the Production of Company Products Role of the Board  The Board oversees the Chief Executive Officer (the “CEO”) and other senior management in the  competent and ethical operation of the Corporation on a day-to-day basis and assures...

Google Resolution: Tax Policy Principles

Chairman Eric Schmidt wrote: “At a time when families are having to tighten their belts… corporation tax is rightly a hot topic. And as a company that has always aspired to do the right thing, we understand why Google is at the centre of that debate.” (The...

Monsanto Resolution

The Right to Know About GMOs On January 28th, Monsanto shareholders will vote on a resolution asking Monsanto to be more transparent and let shareholders know the true costs of the risks of the company’s operations and products. You can read a copy of the Resolution...

John Harrington Doesn’t Trust Goldman, JPMorgan Or AIG

by Michelle Jones Originally Published in ValueWalk Activist investor John Harrington is apparently a little leery of at least three major U.S. firms: Goldman Sachs Group Inc (NYSE:GS), JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM) and American International Group Inc...