According to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence, 24 Fortune 500 companies had no women on their boards as of March 2016. The bad news is that the majority of these 24 companies have failed to do anything about this problem, despite the attention the women on boards issue has
Because we know you need some good news: the new managing director class at Goldman Sachs includes a record number of women (25 percent). Managing director is the second-highest rank at the bank, just below partner, so the number of women who reach that role is a good barometer of how
Kat Gordon started the 3% Conference three years ago to change the fact that only three percent of creative directors in advertising are female. (We know—crazy, right?) At its annual conference in New York last week, the organization announced a plan to do more than talk about the pro
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