Women hold nearly 19 percent of seats on corporate boards. That's considered progress.
"Shame on Facebook," chanted the more than two dozen men and women brandishing signs declaring "'Like' Women on the Board
Wouldn't a female board member be first to recognize ideas that appeal to the company's largest group of users? To avoid behaviors that might alienate women?
The world's most highly anticipated IPO is also calling attention to a problem that continues to plague corporate America
CalSTRS has a history of initiatives aimed at increasing the diversity of the firms in which they invest. Last year, CalSTRS
CEO Reed Hastings has joined Facebook's Board of Directors, according to a press release issued by Facebook on June 23. "Facebook