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    1. Goldman Sachs' Push for Board Diversity Doesn't go Far Enough

      Goldman Sachs' Push for Board Diversity Doesn't go Far Enough

      Several European countries - including Norway , Germany , Finland, France and Spain - have introduced quotas for women on company boards. Other countries have introduced voluntary targets and imposed penalties for failing to appoint women directors . And this year, public companies in California will face a US$100,000 penalty if their boards don't include women...

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    2. How Britain Could Benefit by Bringing Workers into the Boardroom

      How Britain Could Benefit by Bringing Workers into the Boardroom

      In a throwback to the 1970s, a British political leader has called for workers on company boards, attacked top pay, denounced company directors who take exorbitant dividend payments and praised the idea of more interventionist government. Quantitative easing has been criticised for benefiting the wealthy while expansionary fiscal policies and infrastructure investment are back in favour. There are promises to promote “working class” interests ...

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