CA Board Diversity Law Struck Down, Despite Progress

Bloomberg Technology published this video item, entitled “CA Board Diversity Law Struck Down, Despite Progress” – below is their description.

First Partner of California Jennifer Siebel Newsom speaks with Emily Chang about a landmark law that was just struck down, which would require publicly traded companies to have women on their board of directors. She discusses findings from a recent report showing progress in corporate boards & the role companies should play on social issues like Roe v. Wade.

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