R.I. Foundation decides to wield its investment muscle

It's called shareholder activism. From setting recycling goals to removing genetically engineered ingredients from foods to requiring disclosure of political donations, investors have been making their desires known through their votes, and some publicly traded companies have been listening and changing policies to reflect shareholder wishes. Increasingly, the tool that shareholders are using to effect…
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