Apparently, Fidelity shareholders think genocide is awesome

At least that’s the most democratic way of looking at this:

Shareholders of two more Fidelity Funds have voted on a proposal by activist group, Investors Against Genocide to stop investments in companies linked to genocide, the Wall Street Journal reports. Shareholders of the $41.2 billion Magellan Fund and $37.5 billionGrowth Company Fund ultimately rejected the proposal, but the measure did garner support from 28 and 27 percent of shareholders respectively. 

Remember kids, shame is not a commodity. 

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