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Independent Inspectors of Election Certify Results of ADP's 2017 Annual Meeting
November 27, 2017

ROSELAND, NJ -- (Marketwired) -- 11/27/17 -- ADP (NASDAQ: ADP) today announced that the Independent Inspectors of Election have certified the results confirming that shareholders have voted to re-elect all 10 of ADP's highly qualified directors to the ADP Board of Directors including:

  • Non-Executive Chairman John Jones, former Chairman and CEO, Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
  • Peter Bisson, Director Emeritus, McKinsey & Company
  • Richard Clark, former Chairman, Merck
  • Eric Fast, retired CEO, Crane
  • Linda Gooden, former Executive Vice President, Lockheed Martin
  • Michael Gregoire, Chief Executive Officer, CA Technologies
  • Glenn Hubbard, Dean of the Graduate School of Business, Columbia University
  • William Ready, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, PayPal
  • Carlos Rodriguez, President and Chief Executive Officer, ADP
  • Sandra Wijnberg, Executive Advisor and former Partner and Chief Administrative Officer, Aquiline Holdings LLC

The certified results confirm that each of Pershing Square's three nominees -- Bill Ackman, Veronica Hagen and Paul Unruh -- did not exceed 20% of the vote from holders of A‎DP's outstanding shares and did not exceed 25% of the shares voted at the meeting held November 7.

The results, certified by IVS Associates, Inc., were reported by ADP in an amended 8-K filing this morning.

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Source: ADP