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    2. Why Amber Tamblyn's Plea To Disney To Add Women Of Color To Their Board Is Crucial

      Why Amber Tamblyn's Plea To Disney To Add Women Of Color To Their Board Is Crucial
      Actor, director , and writer Amber Tamblyn has established herself as an activist and face of the Times Up movement, first with her open letter to James Woods, followed by a powerful op/ed in The New York Times. Her Twitter feed is a tireless thread of support for the women who have spoken out against...
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    3. Amber Tamblyn Demands Disney Add Women Of Color To Board of Directors

      Amber Tamblyn Demands Disney Add Women Of Color To Board of Directors
      Amber Tamblyn is calling out Disney for its lack of diversity. The 34-year-old actress took to Twitter on Sunday to publicly push The Walt Disney Company to add women of color to its board of directors. Disney has potential openings on its board, which is predominately white, according to The Wall Street Journal.Four members of the 12-person board are stepping down,and the company has already appointed two replacements ...
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    4. Want more women on corporate boards? This stat helps | Analysis

      Want more women on corporate boards? This stat helps | Analysis
      Want more women on corporate boards? This stat helps | Analysis Updated: December 11, 2017 1:45 PM EST 1 Share by Gillian Tan , Bloomberg Gadfly A global effort to bolster the number of women on corporate boards is taking longer than it should. But the recent performance of companies that lead their peers on this measure may accelerate change.
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    5. European Union Propose 40% Quota of Female Board Members

      European Union Propose 40% Quota of Female Board Members
      The European Union has proposed 40 percent quota of female board members, male members account for more than 60 percent on company boards, a proposal brought up by the European Commission. Under the proposal, the EU is required to give priority to female candidates over the same qualifications for a post when women constitute less than 40 percent of the boards...
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    6. U.S. Boardrooms are Changing, 2017 Spencer Stuart U.S. Board Index Finds

      U.S. Boardrooms are Changing, 2017 Spencer Stuart U.S. Board Index Finds
      U.S. Boardrooms are Changing, 2017 Spencer Stuart U.S. Board Index Finds Number of new independent directors up 15% from the previous year News provided by 10:39 ET Share this article NEW YORK , Nov. 2, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- SP 500 boards appointed 397 new independent directors in the 2017 proxy year, the highest number since 2004, and for the first time, just over half (50.1%) of the new ...
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    1. While our board has determined not to make a recommendation either in favour of or opposed to the shareholder proposal, we believe that our current practices and recent enhancements to our new director candidate selection process support board diversity.
      In With No Women on its Board, Shareholder Calls for Diversity Policy at Tim Hortons owner RBI
    2. By sharing effective approaches to improving governance and board diversity, such as those exemplified by the success of WCD's Visionary Award winners, the Global Nominating Commission is building a resource of definitive advice for directors and nominating committees around the world.
      In WomenCorporateDirectors Taps Unilever, former Pearson CEO Marjorie
    3. Although some us companies are prioritising board diversity, building it into the fabric of their key talent decision-making, they still have a long way to go before women's representation on their boards and throughout their executive ranks is near parity with men.
      In Women Board Seats in S&P 500 Not on Path to Parity