WWE, Vince McMahon è libero di agire senza l’approvazione degli azionisti: le ultime

Dopo il suo clamoroso ritorno in WWE, sembra che la sete di potere del Chairman stia crescendo esponenzialmente

by Rachele Gagliardi
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WWE, Vince McMahon è libero di agire senza l’approvazione degli azionisti: le ultime

Da quando è tornato in WWE sembra che Vince McMahon abbia di nuovo molto potere su quella che per anni è stata la sua creatura, infatti secondo un nuovo deposito legale non avrebbe neanche bisogno dell’approvazione degli azionisti per prendere le decisioni.

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Un nuovo deposito alla Securities and Exchange Commission ha dichiarato che: “Non è necessaria alcuna ulteriore approvazione degli azionisti della compagnia per approvare alcuna delle azioni intraprese da Mr. McMahon ai sensi del consenso del 16 gennaio.”

Di seguito vi lasciamo tutto il comunicato: 

“On January 5, 2023, Vincent K. McMahon, the controlling stockholder of World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. (the “Company”), executed and delivered a written consent (the “January 5th Consent”) taking certain actions by consent without a meeting in accordance with Section 228 of the General Corporation Law of the State of Delaware (the “DGCL”) resulting in, among other things, the election of Mr. McMahon to the Board of Directors of the Company (the “Board”) and certain amendments to the Company’s bylaws (the “January 5th Amendments”) that Mr. McMahon indicated were intended to ensure that the Company’s corporate governance continued to properly enable and support stockholder rights.”

“On January 6, 2023, the Company issued a press release providing an update regarding the composition of its Board, including Mr. McMahon’s return to the Board, and the Company’s intention to explore strategic alternatives with the goal to maximize value for all stockholders of the Company. On January 9, 2023, the Board elected Mr. McMahon as Executive Chairman of the Board.”

Subsequently, Mr. McMahon informed the Company of his view that there is substantial alignment among the Board and management concerning the decision to conduct a review of strategic alternatives amid the Company’s upcoming media rights cycle and that the Company’s corporate governance will properly enable and support stockholder rights.”

“In light of the foregoing, on January 16, 2023, Mr. McMahon, in his capacity as controlling stockholder of the Company, executed and delivered a written consent (the “January 16th Consent”) taking certain actions by consent without a meeting in accordance with Section 228 of the DGCL to substantially repeal the January 5th Amendments, as further described below in Item 5.03.”

No further approval of the stockholders of the Company is required to approve any of the actions taken by Mr. McMahon pursuant to the January 16th Consent.”

“Pursuant to rules adopted by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended (the “Exchange Act”), the Company expects to file with the SEC, and thereafter mail to its stockholders, an information statement as required by Schedule 14C promulgated under the Exchange Act to provide stockholders with information concerning the January 5th Consent and January 16th Consent.”

“The Schedule 14C will also constitute notice to stockholders in accordance with Section 228 of the DGCL of the actions taken by the January 5th Consent and the January 16th Consent.”

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