I received a proxy statement in the mail, what should I do?

The SEC requires companies to send proxy statements to shareholders prior to a shareholder meeting. Since it is difficult for shareholders of all geographical regions to attend the meeting in person, the proxy statement gives a shareholder the right, not the obligation, to participate in a vote to elect directors or approve certain corporate decisions. To exercise this right, carefully read the statement to gain understanding on the issue, then cast your vote via the Internet, telephone or mail.

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