News & Editorials

For More Diverse Corporate Boards, Move Down the Org Chart – Bloomberg

Goldman won’t take companies public without ‘at least one diverse board candidate,’ CEO says – CNBC

California Companies Are Scrambling to Add Women Board Members as Deadline Approaches – Inc.

Having more female leaders may boost companies’ share price performance, Credit Suisse says – CNBC

Why Female Directors Are the Key to a Company’s Success –

The Future of Women on Boards - Q&A with Amii Barnard-Bahn – Forbes

Women’s Share of Board Seats Rises to 20% – The Wall Street Journal

Lone women in boardroom are likeliest to be stretched for time – Bloomberg

The Last All-Male Board in the S&P 500 Finally Added a Woman – Bloomberg

Uber loses two more board members: Arianna Huffington and Matt Cohler – CNBC

Boys in the boardroom, consider yourself warned – The Boston Globe

Women fill half of public boardroom posts for first time – BBC

A coalition of CEOs wants to get boards to commit to diversity – CNBC

What happens when there are more women than men in the boardroom? –

Tractor Supply Company Honored by 2020 Women on Boards for Having 20 Percent or More Corporate Board Seats Held by Women – Nasdaq

Aramark Honored by 2020 Women on Boards for Having 20% or More Corporate Board Seats Held by Women – Yahoo!

The EMpower Top 15 Advocate Executives 2019 – Yahoo!

Mastercard's Cairns expands horizons at helm of 30% Club – Financial Times

More women are joining Fortune 500 boards than ever before – CNN

Fortune 500 Boards, Taiwan Same-Sex Marriage, Nike Pregnancy: Broadsheet May 20 – Fortune

GM's Board Will Have More Women Than Men. It's Not the Only One – Fortune

Silicon Valley catching up on board diversity – Corporate Secretary

Should the state require companies to diversify their boards? – Crain's Chicago Business

Outperforming Boards Revamp Meeting Agendas – Agenda Week

Facebook nominates Peggy Alford, first African American woman, to its board of directors – USA Today

Putting women in pipeline for success across the board – Times Newspapers Limited

Should gender diversity on corporate boards be legally required? Women VCs, tech execs weigh in – GeekWire

Wanted: 3,732 Women to Govern Corporate America – Bloomberg

Why so few women in the boardroom? Because men won’t listen to them – The Guardian

How One Female Executive Used LinkedIn to Land Her First-Ever Board Seat – Fortune

Why Three Quarters of Board Directorships Still Go to Men – Hunt Scanlon Media

Activist Investors Fall Short on Gender Parity – Bloomberg

The Rise Of Women In Corporate Boardrooms – Forbes

Small Companies Face Added Pressure to Put Women on Boards – The Wall Street Journal

The Rearview Mirror and the Road Ahead on #MeToo: Action Items for Corporate Boards – Corporate Counsel

'Surviving R. Kelly,' Female Directors, Elizabeth Warren: Broadsheet (New year, same sad stats.) – The Broadsheet via Fortune

Corporate boards are diversifying. The C-suite isn’t. – The Washington Post

Gender Diversity On Corporate Boards: What Will 2019 Bring? – NCSL

California's push for women on boards of directors may be overreach, but it's valuable nonetheless – Los Angeles Times

New Jersey Follows California in Measure to Add Women to Boards – Bloomberg

Egon Zehnder Global Board Diversity Tracker Suggests Gender Parity in the Boardroom May Never Be Achieved – AP NEWS

Women hold fewer than 5% of CEO positions in US and Europe – Financial Times

Quotas are a terrible way to promote board diversity. Companies should do this instead – CNN

Big businesses are adding women to their boards at a good pace; start-ups, not so much – Los Angeles Times

Women of Color Left Behind As Women are Added To Boards, Management – Forbes

Message from the men: We know the power of women on boards – The Boston Globe

Tesla’s new board chair is already exceptional – Fortune

How to stop making excuses and get more women on corporate boards – CNN

Women breaking into Philly’s boardrooms, C-suites — but ever so slowly –

Which Types of Companies Are Adding Women to Their Boards, and Which Aren’t – Harvard Business Review

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