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Jul 31, 1999

eVoting, 2000

Last month we looked at the slower-than-expected growth of online proxy voting in 1999. Now she looks ahead to next year

1999 may well be remembered as the year when internet proxy voting became a little more common, a little less avant-garde. But it also was the year when many IR professionals realized that internet proxy voting would not necessarily enjoy the magical, mind-boggling growth of so many other online innovations. If internet proxy voting is going to prove more popular when next year's proxy season rolls around, it will be because IROs start taking steps in the right direction today. That's according

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