By Patricia Sellers
When I started my career at Fortune in 1984, corporate America was a land of white men. As I say in my talks about women and power, bosses back then were white men without facial hair.
We've come a long way—just look at Fortune's Most Powerful Women list.
But a new report on Fortune 500 board composition, released by the Alliance for Board Diversity this morning, should make diversity champions weep.
The MOREPatricia Sellers - May 2, 2011 7:37 AM ET
by Patricia Sellers
New York Times columnist Nick Kristof once said that if Lehman Brothers had been Lehman Brothers & Sisters, the world might not have ended up in the soup it's in.
That's a good line. And champions of gender diversity flog it far and wide now that the topic of women and power is hotter than ever. That's because, as Kristof notes in today's op-ed, "Don't Write Men Off Just Yet," MOREPatricia Sellers - Jul 22, 2010 12:37 PM ET
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