1. Big Investors Push for More Women and Minorities on Corporate Boards, and They Mean It

    Big Investors Push for More Women and Minorities on Corporate Boards, and They Mean It

    By Shirley Leung Globe Columnist July 25, 2017 What do Amazon, Facebook, and Netflix have in common? Not a single person of color sits on their corporate boards. Advertisement For that reason alone, the Massachusetts pension fund refused this year to support the slate of board nominees recommended by each company. When it comes to diversity in the boardroom, Treasurer Deb Goldberg, who also serves as chair of the state pension board, is taking a hard line...

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