Opinion: Goldman Sachs diversity push doesn’t go far enough

Recently, Goldman Sachs announced it will not take a company public unless the business has at least one woman on the board of directors. This signals a growing consensus among large investors that companies with all male boards are less profitable and less competitive than other companies. This push is important, but it’s not enough.
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