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    2. Why Wall Street’s Finally Pushing to Add Women on Boards

      Why Wall Street’s Finally Pushing to Add Women on Boards
      The big money on Wall Street is finally throwing its weight behind boardroom diversity. After years of fits and starts, mutual-fund giants including BlackRock Inc. , Vanguard Group Inc. and State Street Corp. are embracing shareholder proposals to add more women and minorities as directors. This may signal a tipping point for the decades-long struggle for greater representation...
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    3. Uber Exec Resigns After Sexist Jibe About Women on Boards

      Uber Exec Resigns After Sexist Jibe About Women on Boards
      Uber Technologies Inc director David Bonderman said on Tuesday that he has resigned from the company's board following a remark he made during an Uber staff meeting that was widely seen as offensive to women. Bonderman's ill-timed remark came during an all-staff meeting Tuesday to discuss of how the ride-services company plans to transform itself following a probe into sexual harassment at the company...
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    1. Seeing the enormous progress made by these 10 top FTSE 100 companies demonstrates that the UK's voluntary, business-led approach is working. Our target of 25% women on boards by 2015 is in sight.
      In Cable: Still Not Enough Women On UK Boards
    2. We felt all the focus was on getting women on boards.
      In Women Don't Get to Run Top Board Committees
    3. Global companies in other leading financial markets are already seeing 30 to 40 percent women board participation, having experienced and appreciated the contributions of women on boards.
      In Singapore Wants to Double Women on Company Boards in 3 Years