IPG Stockholders Nix Proposals

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NEW YORK Interpublic Group shareholders today rejected a proposal to split the roles of chairman and CEO and another for investors holding at least 10 percent of the company’s outstanding common shares to call special meetings.

IPG had urged shareholders to oppose each measure.

The special meeting proposal, however, garnered support from 43 percent of those who voted—a relatively strong showing for a first-time proposal.

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