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GT Goodyear Tire & Rubber

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GT Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.
7 Apr 20
Letter to shareholders
9:58am
Vote support at last AGM
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company’s Annual Meeting of Shareholders was held on April 12, 2021 (the “Annual Meeting”). At the Annual Meeting, 198,927,039 shares of common stock, without par value, or approximately 85% of the 233,299,929 shares of common stock outstanding and entitled to vote at the Annual Meeting, were present in person or by proxy.

Set forth below are the matters acted upon by Goodyear shareholders at the Annual Meeting, and the final voting results on each matter.

1. Election of Directors. Thirteen persons were nominated by the Board of Directors for election as directors of Goodyear, each to hold office for a one-year term expiring at the 2022 annual meeting of shareholders and until his or her successor is duly elected and qualified. Each nominee was elected. There were 27,814,344 broker non-votes with respect to each nominee. The votes cast for or against, as well as abstentions with respect to, each nominee were as follows:

Name of DirectorShares of Common
Stock Voted For
Shares of Common Stock
Voted Against
Abstentions
James A. Firestone161,815,808 (94.6%)8,759,653 (5.1%)537,234 (0.3%)
Werner Geissler141,625,172 (82.8%)28,566,401 (16.7%)921,122 (0.5%)
Peter S. Hellman167,910,918 (98.1%)2,576,545 (1.5%)625,232 (0.4%)
Laurette T. Koellner127,173,405 (74.3%)43,328,822 (25.3%)610,468 (0.4%)
Richard J. Kramer158,562,445 (92.7%)11,447,558 (6.7%)1,102,692 (0.6%)
Karla R. Lewis168,653,482 (98.6%)1,755,377 (1.0%)703,836 (0.4%)
W. Alan McCollough137,470,232 (80.3%)33,005,822 (19.3%)636,641 (0.4%)
John E. McGlade167,052,198 (97.6%)3,436,637 (2.0%)623,860 (0.4%)
Roderick A. Palmore163,309,818 (95.4%)7,169,122 (4.2%)633,755 (0.4%)
Hera K. Siu167,876,019 (98.1%)2,518,766 (1.5%)717,910 (0.4%)
Stephanie A. Streeter138,603,976 (81.0%)31,897,488 (18.6%)611,231 (0.4%)
Michael R. Wessel167,744,064 (98.0%)2,743,435 (1.6%)625,196 (0.4%)
Thomas L. Williams167,172,298 (97.7%)3,314,161 (1.9%)626,236 (0.4%)


2. Advisory vote regarding the compensation of named executive officers. An advisory resolution that the shareholders approve the compensation of Goodyear’s named executive officers was submitted to, and voted upon by, the shareholders. There were 112,684,553 shares of common stock voted in favor of, and 51,214,202 shares of common stock voted against, said resolution. The holders of 7,213,940 shares of common stock abstained and there were 27,814,344 broker non-votes. The resolution, having received the affirmative vote of the holders of at least a majority (69%) of the votes cast “for” and “against” the matter at the Annual Meeting, was adopted.

3. Ratification of appointment of independent registered public accounting firm. A resolution that the shareholders ratify the action of the Audit Committee in selecting and appointing PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP as the independent registered public accounting firm for Goodyear for the year ending December 31, 2021 was submitted to, and voted upon by, the shareholders. There were 193,212,775 shares of common stock voted in favor of, and 5,395,367 shares of common stock voted against, said resolution. The holders of 318,897 shares of common stock abstained and there were no broker non-votes. The resolution, having received the affirmative vote of the holders of at least a majority (83%) of the shares of common stock outstanding and entitled to vote at the Annual Meeting, was adopted.

4. Shareholder proposal. A resolution requesting the lowering of the threshold required to call a special shareholder meeting was submitted to, and voted upon by, the shareholders. There were 66,334,066 shares of common stock voted in favor of, and 103,825,635 shares of common stock voted against, said resolution. The holders of 952,994 shares of common stock abstained and there were 27,814,344 broker non-votes. The resolution, having failed to receive the affirmative vote of the holders of at least a majority (28%) of the shares of common stock outstanding and entitled to vote at the Annual Meeting, was not adopted.