Andrew Ackerman writes, "Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Mary Jo White outlined on Tuesday a busy agenda for what is likely to be her final full year at the helm of the SEC, with a range of initiatives focusing on boardroom diversity and executive compensation."
Lydia DePillis writes, "Sometimes, state-based legislative change seems to be an incremental thing, with bills trickling through state houses across the country so slowly that a casual observer wouldn’t notice — which is often what backers of such campaigns would prefer.
Erik Sherman writes, "When it comes to advancing women in business, maybe the world should take a page out of Latin America’s playbook. While global corporate gender diversity is forecasted to remain relatively flat for the next decade, according to a new study from workplace consulting firm Mercer
Valentina Zarya writes, "Gender equality is men’s problem, too.
That’s the point driven home by the United Nations HeForShe Corporate Parity Report, released Friday at the World Economic Forum’s annual gathering in Davos, Switzerland. The report looks at the state of gender equality within ten majo
Stephen Montemayor writes, "The U.S. Senate has confirmed Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Wilhelmina Marie Wright to fill a vacancy on the U.S. District Court of Minnesota, making her the state’s first black female federal judge and ending nearly a year of waiting. Wright was confirmed after a