1. Corporations Vowed to Fight Racism After George Floyd, but Many Still Don't Have a Single Black Board Member

    Corporations Vowed to Fight Racism After George Floyd, but Many Still Don't Have a Single Black Board Member

    Even with growing investor pressure to recast overwhelmingly white boards of directors, nearly two-thirds of the nation’s 3,000 largest publicly traded companies lack a Black board member, according to new data analyzed by BoardProspects...

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