Find out where the Top UK companies stand in 20-first’s new survey on gender balance of Executive Committees.
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Readying to go public, Twitter revealed that behind the scenes the company is virtually all male. There are no women on the board or among the investors, and only one woman among the executive officers.
A Pew Research Center blog post explains that data shows that even though social media use has exploded among all adults in the last few years, women continue to use it more than men.
The Atlantic reports that Germany is planning to institute a quota dictating that companies on the German stock exchange must have 30% female representation on their supervisory boards by 2016.
The Washington Post reports that major companies such as Intel, American Express, and motivated law firms like Crowell & Moring are using sponsorship as a way of creating more diversity at the top.