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    2. EU Sets Corporate Board Quotas for Women by Mid-2026

      EU Sets Corporate Board Quotas for Women by Mid-2026
      European Union (EU) negotiators agreed late yesterday to the blocs first-ever quota for women on corporate boards, lawmakers said, a bid to boost representation and improve gender equality in the bloc of 450 million people. The law obliges listed companies in all 27 EU member countries to have women take up at least 40% of non-executive board seats, or 33% of executive and non-executive roles combined by mid-2026...
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    3. German Board Gender Quotas Get Go-Ahead

      German Board Gender Quotas Get Go-Ahead
      Germany's cabinet yesterday approved federal legislation to force larger listed companies to have at least one woman on their management boards, following years of debate over the issue. O f the largest roughly 100 listed companies in Germany, women accounted for only 11.5pc of board seats. The German legislation also sets out stricter gender equality rules for government-controlled companies, where boards with more than two members will have ...
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    4. California Sued Over Law Requiring Women on Corporate Boards

      California Sued Over Law Requiring Women on Corporate Boards
      Californias first-in-the-nation law mandating women on boards of publicly held companies is facing what appears to be its first legal challenge. Judicial Watch, a Washington-based conservative activist group, said in a lawsuit filed this week on behalf of three California taxpayers that spending taxpayer money enforcing the law is illegal under the California constitution...
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    5. Why Illinois Shouldn't Mandate Quotas for Company Boards

      Why Illinois Shouldn't Mandate Quotas for Company Boards
      In the latest survey by the Tax Foundation, Illinois ranked 36th in the nation in the favorability of its climate for business, well behind neighboring Indiana (No. 10), Michigan (13), Missouri (14) and Kentucky (23). That dismal outcome seems to have some legislators in Springfield wondering not how to do better at attracting business, but how to do worse...
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