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    2. California Law Brought More Women to Corporate Boards, But Challenges Loom

      California Law Brought More Women to Corporate Boards, But Challenges Loom
      Something new happened in boardrooms across California last year: More women joined the governing bodies of public companies than men, according to a recent report from California Partners Project, a statewide organization that advocates for gender equity. The shift has been noticeable since California passed a law in 2018 requiring at least one woman on the board of each publicly traded company with headquarters in California...
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    3. Corporate Boards Are Too White, Too Male–And Too Old. Here Are 4 Ways to Fix That

      Corporate Boards Are Too White, Too Male–And Too Old. Here Are 4 Ways to Fix That
      A few months after I graduated from Stanfords business school in 2013, Theranos was generating buzz on campusand not all of it was good. One evening, I found myself in a dinner party conversation with a group of some of the universitys brightest scientific minds. When talk landed on the still mostly-unknown medical technology startup that hadraised nearly $100 millionin venture capital since getting itsstart on campus a decade earlier...
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    1. This year's event will introduce a new and exciting format that will encourage a rigorous debate of the topic and generate practical actions or initiatives which have the potential to change the face of corporate boards throughout biotech
      In Leaders Target Biotech Boardroom Diversity at Liftstream Annual Forum
    2. It's not politically correct anymore to oppose putting women on corporate boards, even in Japan.
      In It's Not Demand Holding Women Back From Joining Japan's Boards
    3. To defend the constitutionality of this bill, it would not appear to be enough to simply cite statistics showing that women are grossly underrepresented on corporate boards.
      In Can California’s New Boardroom Diversity Law Withstand Courtroom Backlash?