Feb 13 (Reuters) - Apple Inc shareholders at an annual meeting on Tuesday defeated two shareholder proposals: one asking the company to ease its rules for letting shareholders nominate directors to the board and another asking Apple to form a human rights commission. (Reporting by Stephen Nellis Editing by Chizu Nomiyama)



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