News & Editorials

From the Boardroom: An Update on Gender Diversity in 2017 – Boardroom Resources, LLC

The Top 20 Issues Your Board Should Have in its Sights for 2017 – Boardroom Resources, LLC

3 Steps Your Board Can Take to Avoid Activist Attention – Boardroom Resources, LLC

Banking Industry Addresses Diversity, Adding Women to Boards – The New York Times

1 Big Reason There Are So Few Women on U.S. Corporate Boards? Directors’ Egos – Fortune

Investors: Diversity on Boards is “Abysmal” – Equilar

Study Finds Only Modest Gains by Women and Minorities on Fortune 500 Boards – The New York Times

Starbucks Set to Add Three to Board, Making It More Diverse – The New York Times

The 20 Biggest Issues Boards Will Face in 2017 – C-Suite Magazine: Winter 2017 Issue - An Equilar publication

Are You Paying Your Lead Director Appropriately? – Meridian

Women Make Gains Toward Winning CEO Job – The Wall Street Journal

First-Time Directors Claim More Board Seats – AgendaWeek.com

Searching for Female Board Members in Silicon Valley – Equilar

In Snap IPO, New Investors to Get Zero Votes, While Founders Keep Control – The Wall Street Journal

A Rare Corner of Finance Where Women Dominate – The New York Times

Survey Roundup: Courage Tops List of Desired Director Traits – The Wall Street Journal

Why Board Composition Will Be the Number One Issue for 2017 – Boardroom Resources, LLC

Women and Minorities Serving on Corporate Boards Are Paid Less, Study Finds – Fortune

How GM CEO Mary Barra Plans to Get More Female Engineers – Fortune

What Does a Trump Administration Mean for Executive Pay? – Bloomberg

3 Ways Shareholder Engagement Has Evolved in 2016 – Boardroom Resources LLC

“Recruiting Wars” to Put Women on Tech Company Boards – The New York Times

Join Our Board: Companies Hotly Pursue New Wave of Women in Tech – The New York Times

New Scrutiny for "Overboarded Directors" – Cooley

In Trump Era, Weil's Millstein Sees Promise for Corporate Governance – The American Lawyer

Dozens of Boards Excluded Women for Years – The Wall Street Journal

One Idea to Get Boards To Take Security More Seriously? – ComputerWorld

WomenCorporateDirectors Foundation Builds on Legacy to Launch New Brand Identity – PR Newswire

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Group asks Justice for gender equity on boards and commissions – Charleston Gazette-Mail

Part Two: Stop Giving Up Your Power When You Speak –

The Most Powerful Women's Top 3 Tips for Joining a Board – Fortune

Why There Aren't Women On Boards — And Why There Should Be – LinkedIn

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Women bosses boost female places in boardroom – Financial Times

How One Fortune 500 Company Built a Women-Led Boardroom – LinkedIn

Women Are Gaining Ground in Philly’s C-Suites — but Where Are Women of Color? – Philadelphia Magazine

More women are on Philadelphia-area corporate boards; see which companies excel – Philadelphia Business Journal

Pave the way for women leadership in era of soft power – Business Daily

The Power of Being in the Room: 4 Ways Attorneys Can Help Increase Boardroom Diversity – JD Supra

Are Expectations on Board Members Too High? Most Directors Think So. – PR Newswire

5 Ways For CEOs to Get the Most Out of Their Boards – Fortune

Explaining Privacy And Cybersecurity To A Corporate Board – Above the Law

What Every Boardroom Needs in An Age of Investor Activism – Fortune

How Three Activists Confront Companies on Diversity and Prevail – Bloomberg

What is holding back corporates from hiring more women on their boards? – Firstpost

New Study Shows Huge Gap In How Male And Female Executives View Diversity – Forbes

A bunch of men were asked what they think about diversity on corporate boards — the answer won't surprise you – Business Insider

This might help explain why corporate boards are still an old boy’s club – The Washington Post

How Many Boards Is Too Many to Serve On? Survey of Directors Says More Than Four – The Wall Street Journal