Ruling will “strike the appropriate balance” between the rights of corporations and activists.
Hint: It’s not always flattering.
It’s not easy to tell directors they need to be replaced, especially if they are still contributing at a high level.
In the past five years, the prevalence of female directors has increased, albeit slowly. These boards stand out as leaders in gender diversity.
51.0% of all S&P 500 board seats were occupied by directors who served on more than one public board. Read on for more details.
According to a new study from Equilar, just 12.8% of S&P 500 companies outlined board diversity in their most recent proxy statements.