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    2. Most S&P 500 Company Boards Now Have at Least Three Female Directors

      Most S&P 500 Company Boards Now Have at Least Three Female Directors
      New data suggests institutional pressure to increase gender and racial diversity on company boards in recent years was effective. A majority of SP 500 companies now report more than a third of their board positions are held by women, according to data from proxy advisory firm Institutional Shareholder Solutions ESG, an investment arm focusing on Environmental, Social, and Governance issues...
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    1. The diversity of S&P 500 boards has been steadily improving over the last decade, as the average board currently has 22 per cent women, up from 14 per cent in 2008.
      In Women Make Up Just 22% of S&P 500 Boards:
    2. The board believes that having the same flexibility on board leadership that 97 percent of the S&P 500 now have, while still providing strong independent oversight, is in the best interest of stockholders.
      In One of the Biggest Pension Funds in the US is Going after Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan
    3. We forecast S&P 500 firms will spend $2.2 trillion next year, allocating 54% to investing for growth (capex, R&D, and M&A) and 46% to returning cash to shareholders (buybacks and dividends).
      In Here's How Big Companies are Using Their Massive Piles of Cash