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Would Your Company be any Different if it had More Women on the Board?

Almost a quarter (24%) of new directors named to S&P 500 boards in the past two years have been women. That’s markedly higher than the 18% total of those companies’ board members who are female, and the trend seems likely to accelerate — especially now that nine huge pension funds (total assets: $1.1 trillion) are calling on the SEC to require more disclosure of diversity in the boardroom. So it seems reasonable to ask, what difference would it make if boards were, say, 50% female?

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