Analysis-Women’s U.S. boardroom gains slow as diversity focus shifts

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By Ross Kerber (Reuters) – A push to get more women on U.S. boards has slowed this year, raising concern among recruiters that some firms may have “ticked the gender box” by hitting minimum levels of female representation or moved on to focus on other diversity issues. Improving boardroom diversity has become a focus for many investors who say having a broader range of experiences around the top table improves decision-making and corporate cultures. But new data and interviews show that’s not the only priority at many companies. Figures that researcher Equilar shared with Reuters showed women …

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