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Women make up less than a quarter of UK boardrooms

Published on Monday 27th of March 2017 04:00:49 AM in Guardian

Despite the fears of Tesco chair John Allan that men are becoming an “endangered species” in boardrooms, the majority of UK company directors are still male and pale.And while women’s presence in the boardroom has grown over the past four years, according to our research at ...

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