MONTRÉAL, Jan. 11, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Cogeco Inc. (“Cogeco”) (TSX: CGO) is pleased to announce that each of the nominees as directors for Cogeco listed in the Corporation’s Information Circular dated November 16, 2018 was elected as director of Cogeco during its Annual and Special Shareholders’ Meeting held on January 11, 2019 in Montréal, Québec (the “Meeting”). Detailed voting results on the election of directors are as follows: Nominee Results For % For Withhold % Withhold Louis Audet Elected 42,741,499 99.24 328,415 0.76 Mary- Ann Bell Elected 42,886,637 99.57 183,277 0.43 James C. Cherry Elected 43,006,050 99.85 63,864 0.15 Samih Elhage Elected 43,066,601 99.99 3,313 0.01 Philippe Jetté Elected 43,065,906 99.99 4,008 0.01 Normand Legault Elected 43,062,686 99.98 7,228 0.02 David McAusland Elected 42,952,389 99.73 117,525 0.27 Results on all matters voted at the Meeting are available on … [Read more...] about Cogeco Inc. Announces Voting Results on the Election of Directors Held During its Annual and Special Shareholders’ Meeting
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MONTRÉAL, Jan. 11, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Cogeco Communications Inc. (“Cogeco Communications”) (TSX: CCA) is pleased to announce that each of the nominees as directors for Cogeco Communications listed in the Corporation’s Information Circular dated November 16, 2018 was elected as director of Cogeco Communications during its annual and Special Shareholders’ meeting held on January 11, 2019 in Montréal, Québec (the “Meeting”). Detailed voting results on the election of directors are as follows: Nominee Results For % For Withhold % Withhold Colleen Abdoulah Elected 174,803,010 99.90 167,930 0.10 Louis Audet Elected 173,061,690 98.91 1,909,250 1.09 James C. Cherry Elected 174,703,311 99.85 267,629 0.15 Patricia Curadeau-Grou Elected 173,850,359 99.36 1,120,581 0.64 Pippa Dunn Elected 174,802,407 99.90 168,533 0.10 Joanne Ferstman Elected 173,112,274 98.94 1,858,666 1.06 Lib Gibson Elected … [Read more...] about Cogeco Communications Inc. Announces Voting Results on the Election of Directors Held During Its annual and Special Shareholders’ Meeting
The indictment of a dozen Russian spies explained, in great detail, the extent of their interference in the 2016 election. Americans learned about the depth and extent of the Russian operation to interfere. That the Russian activity altered the outcome of the election to "make Trump win" has become an article of faith for many who still cannot fathom how Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton. This will persist as a subject of speculation in book after book, for a long time. What will be of less concern to the same researchers and writers is the far greater impact of the anti-Trump trio of media, academia and Hollywood. Professor Tim Groseclose, author of "Left Turn: How Liberal Media Bias Distorts the American Mind," makes the case that were the media truly fair and balanced, the average state would vote the same way Texas votes, in favor of Republicans. But media bias gives Democrats a bump of about 8 to 10 points. Of 20 major sources of news, Groseclose found about 15 years ago, 90 … [Read more...] about Russian Bots vs. Academia/Hollywood — Which Had a Bigger Impact on the Election?
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A team of researchers at Ohio State University conclude in a new study that “fake news” stories had a significant impact on voters in the 2016 presidential election that may have impacted the final result. The study, first reported by The Washington Post on Tuesday, sought to measure the degree to which false news stories dissuaded voters who cast ballots for President Obama in 2012 from voting for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonPresident tells embattled EPA chief to stay strong Overnight Cybersecurity: DHS detects possible foreign spying devices in DC | Judge hands down first sentence in Mueller probe | Panera Bread website leaked customer data Poll: 67 percent back appointing second special counsel MORE in 2016. While the researchers emphasized that they could not definitively say that fake news “caused” Obama voters to defect from Clinton in 2016, they nevertheless concluded that these stories had a … [Read more...] about Researchers say fake news had ‘substantial impact’ on 2016 election