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    2. Why Entrepreneurs Bring Benefits to Corporate Boards

      Why Entrepreneurs Bring Benefits to Corporate Boards
      It often pays to have an entrepreneur on a corporate board. According to a recent research paper, smaller companies that appoint entrepreneurs to their boards see a number of positive changes. Their stock prices shoot up more than expected in the days following the announcement. Their revenue-growth rates are higher than those at companies that appoint non-entrepreneur ...
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    3. 40 Years for Men and Women to Reach Parity

      40 Years for Men and Women to Reach Parity
      If women continue to join corporate boards at their current rate, it will take more than four decades for boards to reach a 50-50 gender split, according to a government report released Monday. To put it another way: Even if there was a way to start filling every single open board seat with a woman, according to the Government Accountability Office, it would still take until 2024 to reach parity ...
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    4. Marc Andreessen Just Sold 15% of His Stake in Facebook

      Marc Andreessen Just Sold 15% of His Stake in Facebook
      Marc Andreessen has sold about 15% of his stake in Facebook for $31.9 million, The Wall Street Journal reported. According to an SEC filing, the venture capitalist and Facebook board membersold a total of 309,464 shares in a prearranged trading plan on Friday and Monday. Today, Facebook is announcing its Q3 earnings results. This isn'tthe first time Andreessen hassold Facebook shares; in ...
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    5. Five Deadly Sins of Serving: Lessons Learned from Serving on Seven Corporate Boards

      Five Deadly Sins of Serving: Lessons Learned from Serving on Seven Corporate Boards
      NYC Connections Event from Women in the Boardroom. Learn about corporate board service with Cora Tellez, President CEO of Sterling HSA. Having served on seven corporate boards, Cora Tellez has taken her wealth of experience and distilled her learnings into the Five Deadly Sins of Serving. In addition to discovering what these sins are, you will learn: Why you shouldnt be on a board for just the recognition or the ...
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    6. Gender-Diverse Boards Draw Investors

      Gender-Diverse Boards Draw Investors
      Some investors have found a new cause: promoting a bigger role for women on corporate boards and in corner offices. We are seeing more demand for values-based investments that use a gender lens, Says Jackie VanderBrug, senior vice president at U.S. Trusts portfolio analytics, consulting and institutional group...
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    7. More Women on Corporate Boards Impacts All of Us

      More Women on Corporate Boards Impacts All of Us
      2020Women on Boards, an advocacy organization of 50 affiliates, including women's groups, institutional investors and high-profile CEOs, is sending out "W" (for "winner") certificates this month to the 496 companies that have 20 percent or more board seats held by women. While this number is a small percentage of all the companies in the country, it does represent a gain of 51 companies in the 2020 database of 1500 ...
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