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Companies look beyond free popcorn to butter up their retail investors

·4 min read
Companies look beyond free popcorn to butter up their retail investors
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As retail shareholdings have risen, companies are offering perks—like AMC's free popcorn—to individual investors, to get them to buy and hold shares and to vote with management.