NHBR: Firm urges GTAT shareholders to vote 'no' on exec compensation
The budding movement by shareholders to question the pay of executives at publicly held companies has reached New Hampshire, as GT Advanced Technologies on Wednesday morning tries to fend off a proxy challenge to its executives' compensation. GTAT reported an annual profit to $183 million in fiscal 2012, topping the $175 million it earned the previous year. It posted $996 million in revenues, almost $100 million above the previous year.
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