British FTSE boards remain pale, male and stale and are not likely to change any time soon. They are much whiter than the British population, and increasing in age with little diversity in education and career background
When it comes to waking up to the role healthy corporate culture plays in a company’s success, American boards are hardly alone, of course. Part one of an in-depth look at the state of the issue in some of the world’s biggest economies.
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