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I wonder if Tom DiNapoli’s ears were burning. The state comptroller, sole trustee of New York’s $160.7 billion Common Retirement Fund, isn’t very popular these days in some corporate circles. In fact, he was described as a “political partisan” recently in a webinar organized by the conservative Manhattan Institute to talk about 2014 trends in shareholder activism. Proxy season has begun, the time of year roughly between March and June when most publicly traded companies ...

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