In a shareholders' meeting held on May 20, Bridge Information Systems Inc. staved off a proxy battle over management of the company, at least for the time being. At that meeting, the board told shareholders it had agreed to reduced its number of members from 20 to 11, six of whom are supporters of Bridge president and chief executive officer Charles Dill and five of whom back Bridge chairman and founder Charles Lebens.
Lebens and Dill have been engaged in a struggle for control of Bridge for
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