News & Editorials

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

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

Gender Equity In The Workplace Begins In The Boardroom – Forbes

Percentage of women on corporate boards in Wisconsin has more than doubled since 2003 – BizTimes

California to Require Women On Boards – CFO Magazine

California mandates women on boards of public companies – CNBC

California is requiring more women on boards. It may not stand up in court – San Francisco Chronicle

California Has Become the First State to Require Women in the Boardroom – Time

California becomes first state requiring women to sit on corporate boards – The Hill

These are the industries that have the best and worst gender equality in leadership – Fast Company

State Street to Vote Against More Directors at Male-Only Boards – Bloomberg

California Push for Women on Corporate Boards Prompts SEC Backlash –

Jerry Brown Can Unlock The Boardroom For Women, But Will He? – Forbes

All-Male Boards Could Face New Pressure From Shareholder Adviser ISS –

What It's Really Like For Young Black Women On Boards – Black Enterprise

California pushes to put women on company boards – BBC

3 Steps to Add More Women Leaders to Your Company's Executive Board – Entrepreneur

California may mandate a woman in the boardroom—but businesses are fighting it – CALmatters

50 Youngest U.S. Public Company Board Members – Equilar

Private-Equity Boys' Clubs Finally Realize They Need Women on Boards – TheStreet

Fortune 500 companies appointed a record percentage of women to their boards last year – Quartz at Work

Number of women on Fortune 500 boards grew by a record 10% from 2016 to 2017 – HR Dive

Women Need To Take More Risks To Become Leaders – Forbes

One Tech Company Intends To Change How Cities Create Better Conditions For Female Entrepreneurs – Forbes

NYC comptroller engages with more than half of companies in board diversity campaign – Pensions & Investments

REIT Industry Hits Diversity Record With Female Board Appointees – The Wall Street Journal

Whatever you do, don't ask Ardern how she'll juggle – Courier Mail

Want to avoid activist investors? Recruit more women directors – Financial Times

Why 2018 could be a record year for women joining corporate boards – CNBC

More Women May Be Required On Company Board Of Directors – CBS Sacramento

Women of Influence: Progress made, but more needed – Milwaukee Business Journal

California Bill Would Make Companies Add Women to Their Boards – RACKED

Creating Opportunities For Women To Succeed In Male-Dominated Industries – Forbes

Women On Boards: Why The Conversation Matters – Forbes

The 'Force Of Nature' Behind Getting Women On Boards – Forbes

The Fearless Girl Is Still Standing While The Number Of Women On Boards Falls Flat – Forbes

How to Get More Women in the Boardroom? Some Try Blunt Force – The Wall Street Journal

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