If you found the figures released with Lord Davies’s final report into gender equality in Britain’s top boardrooms yesterday slightly dispiriting (only 25% of top boardroom positions are filled by women? Surely that should be 25% higher?) then consider for a moment the situation in India.Read More
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Two thirds of CEOs of Indian companies say that sustainability is very important to the future...Read More
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