According to a recent study from Equilar, 658 companies in the Russell 3000, or 23.3%, lacked any females on their boards. By comparison, only seven S&P 500 companies (1.4%) lacked a female member in 2016. 214 more words
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As the balance of power in corporate governance shifts toward shareholders, corporate boards are coming under scrutiny from investors on issues of board recruiting and board diversity. 638 more words
Silicon Valley Bank is considering making a change to its hiring process in an attempt to increase gender diversity.
The commercial bank caters mainly to the life science and technology businesses, the latter of which has a… 364 more words
“In Conversation” is a regular feature on Board Intelligence highlighting the perspectives of boardroom and governance leaders and their contributions to advancing the conversation on corporate leadership. 1,533 more words
The United States of America presidential elections may be over but the effect of the results are still trickling and rippling across the country.
In an effort to address concerns regarding women and their future, STEM women are banding together to speak out about the election results…Read more…
For the second year in a row, the share of women employees at Microsoft slipped, this time dropping from 26.8% to 25.8%. Now, the tech behemoth has a new plan to stop—and hopefully reverse—that slide. 350 more words