Spitzer's book gives clues about his policies if elected

A book by Eliot Spitzer suggests he would press for improved corporate governance if elected New York City's comptroller. He says in the book that state and city treasurers and comptrollers should use the shares they hold on behalf of pension funds to press for changes in corporate policies, including the makeup of boards, executive pay and lending practices by banks.

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