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CenturyLink stockholders reject 2 shareholder proposals

CenturyLink Inc.'s stockholders rejected two shareholder proposals presented at the company's annual meeting held May 24, including a proposal that would have required the company to disclose direct and indirect lobbying activities and expenditures.

The second rejected proposal asked that the company's board require senior executives to retain a significant percentage of shares acquired via equity compensation programs until retirement age or when they leave the company.

A third stockholder proposal was withdrawn by its proponent before the annual meeting, the company said in a May 31 SEC filing.