Could Nasdaq’s proposed diversity mandates be the key to changing corporate America?

Posted on AllSides December 10th, 2020
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Corporate America has long been criticized for its lack of gender and racial diversity, with underrepresented racial groups making up just 12.5% of board seats at the 3,000 largest publicly traded companies, and women making up just 21%.

To fix this issue, several companies, and even a few states, have implemented diversity mandates. Earlier this year, Goldman Sachs said it would not take a company public unless it had at least one diverse board candidate, with CEO David Solomon saying they will place a special “focus on women.” In 2018,...

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