The U.S. Capitol as seems on January 18, 2017. Expedia shareholders rejected a proposal to provide more transparency about political contributions. Geoff Livingston / Flickr.com

Skift Take: Regarding this particular shareholder proposal on increased transparency about political contributions, the stockholder who mattered the most was Barry Diller. But if the political winds in the U.S. are indeed changing, then corporations may find themselves under increased pressure to be transparent and to do the right thing.

— Dennis Schaal

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