American Axle shareholders reject long-term comp

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DETROIT, April 24 (Reuters) - Shareholders at American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Inc voted down a long-term incentive plan proposal at the company's annual meeting on Thursday as striking union workers rallied outside. Several hundred United Auto Workers members picketed outside American Axle's headquarters, while inside several workers posed questions to Chief Executive Dick Dauch during a general session after the annual meeting. The Institutional Shareholder Services ...

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