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In wake of Covid-19, companies including $TSN and $RCL are adding a new executive to their C-suites: Chief Medical Officer, @PatThomas1318  reports

Women on catwalks and behind counters, men in C-suites – the European retail industry is male-dominated, and virus could reinforce that

Q: Why are C-suites and boards integrating ESG issues into decision-making? A:➡️In our recent Global Summit Marisa Drew, CEO of Impact Advisory@CreditSuisse  discussed how #ESG  considerations have enabled companies to outperform in the crisis. Learn more:

Q: Why are C-suites and boards integrating ESG issues into decision-making? A:➡️In our recent Global Summit@MindyLubber  discussed how social and environmental issues matter to the strength of companies. Learn more about sustainable investing:

Frustrated by talk but little action and a lack of resources, many chief diversity officers find themselves rotating through C-suites

Despite years of corporate diversity initiatives, boardrooms and C-suites remain heavily white and male. Yet government bodies as large or larger than many companies seem to have no trouble finding diverse candidates for top positions.

Hollywood's C-suites are overwhelmingly white. What are studios doing about it? ht @RFaughnder  @MegJamesLAT 

@JerickaHandie  I could have said “media c-suites” or “media owners” I suppose. But sometimes it’s really just down the line editorial managers who don’t think it’s “fresh” anymore, it’s not *just* the ownership.

And more good news! teams with Mogul to recruit women, people of color for C-suites - Bizwomen

Hollywood's C-suites are overwhelmingly white. What are studios doing about it?

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NEW COVER: There are four Black CEOs in the Fortune 500. They’ve helped women. Can quotas help change the racial makeup of C-suites and management?

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Hollywood's C-suites are overwhelmingly white. What are studios doing about it?

There are four Black CEOs in the Fortune 500. Quotas can help fix the glaring whiteness of America’s C-suites

Big companies were quick to decry systemic racism and support protests following the police killing of George Floyd in Minnesota. But the lack of diversity that is striking in boardrooms and C-suites shows corporate America has its work cut out.

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As CEOs continue to issue statements condemning racism and announce multi-million dollar initiatives to advance cause of diversity, the death of George Floyd has renewed scrutiny on the lack of diversity within the c-suites of corporate America.

I have zero patience for social media companies or their employees that pay lip service to social justice and diversity and do not force change in their own C-suites.

Women of color are remaking the face of leadership teams and C-suites at corporations across the country and around the globe.

Roland blasts for lack of Black leadership in their c-suites; Schools those who lack understanding of history & think African Americans should not demand diversity in top level executive positions #RolandMartinUnfiltered 

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If someone brings up the “pipeline problem,” show them this chart. Women of color make up 17% of entry-level employees, but only 4% of C-suites.

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