Board picks in contested scenarios are less diverse, study finds

August 30, 2017
<p>Between 2011 and 2015, just 8.4 percent of nominees put forward by both activists and targeted boards were female</p>
Shareholder activists’ director picks to join company boards are on average whiter, younger and more likely to be male than their counterparts across the S&P 1500 – and so are the counter-nominees put forward by companies, according to a new study. Given

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