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Non-white directors occupy 20% of US corporate board seats, study finds

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Research by ICS shows that ethnic minority directors occupy a growing share of corporate board seats at some of the largest publicly traded companies in the US. About a fifth of US corporate board seats are occupied by ethnic minority directors as of January 2023, according to an analysis of ...

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