Too few: Clavert looks at S&P 100 boards for women and minorities

July 2013
Directors & Boards;2013 2nd Quarter, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p61
Trade Publication
The article discusses a report from investment management company Calvert Investments Inc. which revealed the failure of companies in the Standard & Poor's (S&P) 100 index to put substantial numbers of women and minorities into boardrooms and executive suites. The report, which was released in March 2013, found that women hold under 1 in 5 director seats. It notes that the number of women serving in S&P boards has increased from 18% to 19%.


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