“There was a sort of Best Board Member vote at Apple’s shareholder meeting this week, and the outcome was a surprise,” Philip Elmer-DeWitt reports for Fortune. “According to the SEC Form 8-K filed on Thursday, Steve Jobs was re-elected to the board of his own company with nearly 3.5 million fewer votes than Ronald D. Sugar.”
“Sugar, for those who don’t know their aerospace industry executives, is the the former CEO of Northrop Grumman who was selected in November to fill one of the seats on Apple’s board left vacant by the death of Jerry York last March and the forced departure of Google’s Eric Schmidt in 2009,” P.E.D. reports. “The least popular board member, by this measure, is Avon CEO Andrea Jung.”
Full article, with the official tallies for all BoD members, here.