Big Public Companies With No Female Board Members

These Fortune 500 outfits lag when it comes to gender diversity

   

When it comes to gender-diversity in the boardroom, some companies get it right and others don’t. According to data from the organization 2020 Women on Boards — a nonprofit organization that’s advocating for 20% female directors in America’s 1,000 largest companies by 2020 — more than 200 companies in the U.S. have all-male boards.

More than 30 of them are 2012 Fortune 500 firms. Here’s a quick look at the 10 largest publicly traded companies on the list that need to enter the 21st century.

  • World Fuel (NYSE:INT)
  • HCA Holdings (NYSE:HCA)
  • Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold (NYSE:FCX)
  • Global Partners (NYSE:GLP)
  • Dollar General (NYSE:DG)
  • National Oilwell Varco (NYSE:NOV)
  • Lear (NYSE:LEA)
  • Icahn (NASDAQ:IEP)
  • Las Vegas Sands (NYSE:LVS)
  • Energy Transfer Equity (NYSE:ETE)

You also can check out 15 of America’s biggest corporations with gender-diverse boards.


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