#GAReads | California may mandate a woman in the boardroom, but businesses are fighting it

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"California may mandate a woman in the boardroom, but businesses are fighting it":

California is moving toward becoming the first state to require companies to have women on their boards –assuming the idea could survive a likely court challenge.

Sparked by debates around fair pay, sexual harassment and workplace culture, two female state senators are spearheading a bill to promote greater gender representation in corporate decision-making. Of the 445 publicly traded companies in California, a quarter of them lack a single woman in their boardrooms.

Read Antoinette Siu's full article at TechCrunch here…