Change has been slow in coming to corporate boards. Two thirds of all of the board seats on Fortune 500 companies are held by white men. Believe it or not that represents progress. Why have boards been so slow to bring in more women and people of color? And how does a more diverse board shape a company's performance?
MPR News Host Kerri Miller asked Elizabeth Stapp, a instructor on business law and ethics at the University of Colorado at Boulder, about the ways board diversity shapes a company's performance.
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