stanfordbusinnesswebNew research shows that the fix is relatively simple: Add more females to the candidate pool.SanDiagoUsSchoolBusiness100

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 Companies are under increasing pressure to include more women on their governing boards. But even so, women held just 20% of corporate board seats in the U.S., according to a 2015 survey of the S&P 500.


Despite decades of companies’ commitments to improve gender diversity at all levels of senior leadership, female representation on US corporate boards remains low: according to State Street Global Advisors (SSGA), one out of every four Russell 3000 companies do not have a single woman on their board and nearly 60% have


Increasing women's presence in corporate boardrooms

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The state House of Representatives has issued

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