Women on Boards, why so few?

Women on Boards, why so few? FOOD FOR THOUGHT written by a great woman Kimberly Krawiec who is an expert on corporate law who teaches courses on securities, corporate, and derivatives law. Her research interests span a variety of fields, including the empirical analysis of contract disputes; the choice of organizational form by professional service firms, including law firms; forbidden or taboo markets; corporate compliance systems; insider trading; derivatives hedging practices; and … [Read more...]

Women in the Boardroom ~ ‘I am not one to usually rant,’

'I am not one to usually rant,' I am not one to usually rant, but a study just released by Watermark, a non-profit community of executive women, and the University of California at Davis Graduate School of Management enraged me. It revealed that in California, among the 400 largest public companies, only 10 percent of board seats were held by women—and more than 33 percent had no women on their boards at all. 'This isn’t just a California problem', says Watermark CEO Marilyn Nagel. She … [Read more...]

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