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Apple asked U.S. securities regulators if it can exclude a shareholder proposal that pushes the iPhone maker to explore linking executive pay to performance on diversity and sustainability.

In an Oct. 9 letter made public this week by the Securities and Exchange Commission, Apple attorneys asked if the  company could exclude the proposal, from Zevin Asset Management, because similar initiatives haven’t garnered the minimum 6% of shareholder support required for re-submission. The SEC rebuffed a similar request in 2015.

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