California will be the first state to require publicly traded companies to have at least one woman on their board of directors. The law , signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Sunday, requires public companies whose principal executive offices are located in California to comply by the end of 2019. The minimum is two female directors if the company has five directors on its board, or three women if it has seven directors by the close of 2021. The bill was sponsored by state Sens. Hannah-Beth Jackson...
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