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- Helios and Matheson, the parent company of MoviePass, has scheduled another shareholder meeting.
- Unlike a meeting it canceled last month, this is its standard annual gathering of shareholders, where investors will get to vote on its director nominees and what it pays executives.
- Even those proposals could prove controversial, considering how much the company’s stock has declined this year — as much as 99% from the start of the year.
MoviePass’ parent company has once again scheduled a shareholder meeting.
But this time it won’t be asking for investors to give it permission to reverse split its stock. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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