News & Editorials

Eventbrite Doubles Down on Event Discovery, Lands Former eBay Executive as a New Board Member – Re/code

Paid Maternity Leave Could Be The Key To Making More Women Leaders – The Huffington Post

Quotas Not the Best Way to Add and Retain Women for Corporate Boards, Study Finds – The New York Times

Massachusetts pension board to consider diversity proposal – Boston Herald

Wynn Resorts’ Board, Its Nominees and Elaine Wynn Are All Denounced in Shareholder Report – NY Times

Does the US need quotas to boost parity in the boardroom? – Boston Globe

Women on boards review finds no all-male boards left in FTSE 100 – Governance + Compliance

Wynn Resorts Fight Over Board Seat Has Roots in Divorce Settlement – NY Times

Broken Pipeline: Why only 14% of top execs are women – CNN

Many U.S. boards lack vision, just tick boxes in search for women directors – Reuters

Sheryl Sandberg and Marc Andreessen Are Sending Women to Boot Camp – Bloomberg Business

Opening Up Succession Plans – Wall Street Journal

Raising Women to Be Leaders – Wall Street Journal

The Case for Women on Boards: SXSW 2014 – Forbes

Four New Ideas To Speed Up The Glacial Pace Of Getting More Women On Boards – Forbes

How the Best Board Directors Stay Involved – Harvard Business Review

Women Directors Change How Boards Work – Harvard Business Review

The Case for Women on Boards – Fast Company

Not the Same Tired Story About Women on Boards – Wall Street Journal

Corporate Data Privacy: Time To Grow Up – Boardspan

Women on boards: Are quotas really the answer? – Fortune

A call to action for companies with no female directors – Fortune

Women on Boards – Huffington Post

Companies Can't Afford Not to Have Women on Boards – Bloomberg View

Women on Boards – Bloomberg View

Women on Boards: Another Year, Another Disappointment – Harvard Business Review

How women can break into the boardroom – Fortune

Takeaways from SEC’s proposed CEO pay-ratio disclosure rules – Daily Journal

Opinion: Coming SEC Rules on CEO Pay Will Hurt, Not Help – Wall Street Journal

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