The EU has written to the US attorney general demanding swift answers about a huge American Internet spy programme and warning of "grave adverse conse...
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Let's face it -- the number of women on boards is a problem, and everyone knows it. Even old-school companies with homogenous leadership understand the business case for increasing the number of women on boards.
Wouldn't a female board member be first to recognize ideas that appeal to the company's largest group of users? To avoid behaviors that might alienate women?
BRUSSELS - Frustrated that her previous efforts to get more women into the top echelons of European business have not yielded stronger results, Vivian...
"For too long our criminal systems have focused on the offenders, but the victims were nowhere to be found. Now, victims are no longer forgotten."
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