Goldman Sachs Group Inc. said Monday that its board rejected demands from shareholders that the banking company investigate excessive compensation and take steps to recoup some of the awards given to executives.

The company reported in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission that it received several letters from shareholders asking the firm to revamp the way it pays out salaries, benefits and compensation. The Goldman Sachs board "rejected the demands," according to the filing.

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