Sallie Mae moved closer Friday to competing directly against banks in originating student loans.

At a special meeting called by dissident director Albert L. Lord and his Committee to Restore Value at Sallie Mae, stockholders voted 23 million shares to 15 million in favor of a directors slate that supports entering the origination business.

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