Study: Largest companies aren't complying on diversity disclosure

More than 60% of Fortune 50 companies are falling short on disclosing diversity-related information required by the Securities and Exchange Commission, according to a paper by Tamara Smallman at Columbia Law School. The rule, which was enacted three years ago to address gender diversity, calls for disclosure of how diversity factors into nominations of candidates for a company's board of directors.

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