As noted last week, Nelson Peltz was the only one of the four directors that Trian Partners put forth to come close to getting a DuPont board seat.
The official count isn't out yet, but the votes from last week's annual meeting are out, with Nelson Peltz getting over 290 million votes, which was 43% of the votes. Those 290 million votes were still about 80 million short of what the lowest vote DuPont board member Bob Brown got.
Ellen Kullman got 97% of the votes. Trian Partners other nominee, John Myers, whom ISS recommended (along with Peltz) be put on the board got 36% of the votes. And Trian's other two nominees: Bob Zatta got 24% and Arthur Winkleblackand got 20%.