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Facilitating gender equality in corporate America

By Bloomberg
30 March 2019   |   7:22 am
On this edition of "Bloomberg Equality," Bloomberg's Janet Paskin discusses the new California law requires most companies in the state to have at least one woman on their boards of directors by the end of this year.

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