The last S&P 500 company with an all-male board adds a woman

CBS News

While the last remaining S&P 500 company without a female board member just seated a woman, only one in four board seats at S&P 500 companies is occupied by a woman, and, significantly, more than 500 companies on the Russell 3000 index do not have any women sitting on their boards. Beyond fairness and the positive traits women bring to leadership roles, which are well documented, companies would do well to look at the bottom line as businesses where at least 30% of “C-suite” executives are women boost their profitability by 15% compares to those with male-only executive suites. Read more >>>