Symantec Letters

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In September 2010, the USPX called for a letter writing campaign directed at Symantec Corporation to protest their decision to hold a virtual-only annual meeting. More letters were sent than were shared with us. Below are listed all letters we are aware of, first from institutions and then from individuals.

Letters by Institutions

Letter from Boston Common Asset Management

Phone call   CalPERS

Letter from CalSTRS

Letter from Clean Yield Asset Management

Letter from Co-operative Asset Management

Letter from the Council of Institutional Investors (CII)

Letter from First Affirmative Financial Network

Letter from Harrington Investments

Letter from Newground Social Investment

Letter from Responsible Wealth (United for a Fair Economy)

Letter from Trillium Asset Management

Letter from United States Proxy Exchange (USPX)

Letters by Individuals

Letter from Chevedden, John

Letter from Cirulli, Vincent

Letter from Collins, Ben

Letter from Davidson, Brett

Letter from Foulke_Adam

Letter from Friendlich, Mark

Letter from Goldsmith, Daniel

Letter from Peter Hasegawa

Letter from McRitchie, Jim

Letter from Nieman, Steve

Letter from Pontes, Ed

Letter from Rosenfeld, William

Letter from Steiner, Kenneth

Letter from Szaniszlo, Marie

Letter from Towns, Steven

Letter from Treumann, Richard

Symantec’s Response

Many of the letters sent to Symantec raised important issues or asked specific questions. These were aperantly ignored. Some correspondents received no response. Of those reporting a response, all received the following form.
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