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To Help More Women Reach the Top, We Must First Help Those at the Bottom

These days, there's a lot of focus on adding women to corporate boards. That's good - but it doesn't solve a much deeper problem.
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Back in January, Goldman Sachs announced that the bank would no longer take a company public unless its board had at least one “diverse” member. Its CEO, David Solomon, also said that of companies with “at least one female director” outperformed companies with all-male boards. And in 2018, the state of California passed a law requiring.

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