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Why Diversity Programs Fail

Businesses started caring a lot more about diversity after a series of high-profile lawsuits rocked the financial industry. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, Morgan Stanley shelled out $54 million—and Smith Barney and Merrill Lynch more than $100 million each—to settle sex discrimination claims. …

Human Resources

Making The Business Case For Diversity

Can diversity be good for the bottom line? Todd Sears thinks it’s essential. He started his career as a Wall Street investment banker, where, in his first job, he faced a “relatively homophobic boss” and went back into the closet. But in subsequent jobs, where he found a more welcoming atmosphere, …

Here's How Google Plans to Hire More Minorities

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Women CEOs of the S&P 500

• List<br>April 26, 2018United States • Women in Leadership<br>This list provides the names of the women who currently hold CEO positions at S&P 500 companies.

Still missing: Female business leaders

Corporate America has few female CEOs, and the pipeline of future women leaders is alarmingly thin.<p>Only 14.2% of the top five leadership positions at the companies in the S&P 500 are held by women, according to a CNNMoney analysis.<p>It's even worse if you just consider the very top. Out of 500 …

If There’s Only One Woman in Your Candidate Pool, There’s Statistically No Chance She’ll Be Hired

There are more CEOs of large U.S. companies who are named David (4.5%) than there are CEOs who are women (4.1%) — and David isn’t even the most common first name among CEOs. (That would be John, at 5.3%.)<p>Despite the ever-growing business case for diversity, roughly 85% of board members and …

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