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Bloomberg | Among the 25 largest public offerings last year, only one hit the market with an all-male board, the cannabis product company Greenlane Holdings Inc.That’s a huge change from the previous five years, when about half the boards had no female directors.Read Full Article
The New York Times | It was the only company of the 25 largest public offerings in 2019 without a woman on its board, according to new research by the nonprofit 2020 Women on Boards. That’s a significant shift from 2016, 2017 and 2018, when 12 companies, or roughly half, went public with all-male boards in each of those years.Read full article