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Tesco chairman: White men 'endangered species' in UK boardrooms

Published on Saturday 11th of March 2017 01:00:09 PM in BBC

White men are becoming an "endangered species" in top business jobs as companies take on more women and ethnic minorities, Tesco's chairman has said.John Allan told a retail conference "the pendulum has swung very significantly" - even though white men still dominate in UK boardrooms.He said ...

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