Barrick accused of using virtual AGM format to misrepresent or ignore shareholder concerns

The Globe and Mail

Neil McGee, The Globe and Mail

Barrick Gold Corp. is being accused of using the virtual format for its annual general meeting to suppress critical questions from stakeholders.

After holding a hybrid AGM last year that allowed stakeholders to show up in person, the Toronto-based gold mining company, which is the world’s second biggest by market value, went to a virtual-only format this year.


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