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Corporate Boards are Still Mostly White, Mostly Male - and Getting Even Older

The Washington Post

Corporate America's boardrooms have long been criticized for being too old, too white and too male. But while the race and gender makeup of corporate boards have come under scrutiny in recent years -- with shareholders pushing companies to add women and minorities and the media calling out board homogeneity when companies try to tout equal pay -- the age part of the "old boy's club" stereotype has gotten far less attention...

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