Smith & Wesson parent fails to win majority support for CEO pay

But most importantly the ‘human rights’ proposal by some SJW nuns of the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility, was voted down.

BOSTON, Sept 24 (Reuters) – Smith & Wesson parent American Outdoor Brands Corp failed to win a majority of shareholder support for its executive pay, according to a transcript of the gunmaker’s annual meeting held on Tuesday.

Traditionally just a small fraction of U.S. companies fail to win a majority of support for the advisory measures. In addition a stockholder proposal calling for the company to adopt a human rights policy was not approved, the company said.