CEOs Explain How They Gender-Balanced Their Boards

For the first time in eight years, the percent of women on U.S. corporate boards declined last year. Despite more evidence about the benefits of the increasing the number women on boards (such as better decision making), and mounting pressure from groups like State Street Global Advisers and Blackrockto do so, the data suggest it will take until the end of 2055 to have board parity in the U.S. if we continue at the current rate.

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