CHARLOTTE, N.C., May 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- CEO Lynn Good discussed Duke Energy's 2013 performance, future growth strategies and actions taken on coal ash management at the company's annual shareholders' meeting today.
Good also fielded questions on a range of topics during a one-hour portion of the meeting dedicated to shareholder inquiries and comments.
Shareholders overwhelmingly re-elected all 15 members of Duke Energy's board of directors who were up for re-election. Term length is one year.
Two members of the current 17-member member board – William Barnet and Philip Sharp – were not up for re-election because they are retiring from the board, per the company's director retirement policy and corporate governance principles.Shareholders approved two management proposals:
- "Amendment to Duke Energy Corporation's amended and restated certificate of incorporation to authorize shareholder action by less than unanimous written consent."
- "Advisory vote to approve Duke Energy Corporation's named executive officer compensation."
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