Big Tech poised for busy proxy season as shareholder pressure mounts

    An Amazon warehouse north of Calgary in Balzac, Alta., is shown on Monday, May 4, 2020. Amazon says it will be ending its pandemic-related pay incentives for workers in its Canadian warehouses at the end of the month. The Canadian Press/Jeff McIntosh

    The world’s biggest tech firms will face an onslaught of shareholder proposals on human rights, gender and racial pay gaps and climate change, starting May 27 when Amazon and Facebook convene virtually for their annual general meetings. 

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