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It is the latest example of a growing global movement to experiment with the concept of a four-day workweek.

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Despite its stunning collapse, the company’s unorthodox and charismatic founder and former CEO, Adam Neumann, could still walk away with up to $1.2 billion.

About two dozen of the 56 companies on Stringer's list appear to have no minorities on their board.


It's still legal in most states to ban natural hair styles like braids or dreadlocks. But several state legislators -- and a coalition of civil rights groups -- are trying to change that

A controversial collection of pay data by employers — supported by equal pay activists but opposed by many employers — could soon be curtailed.

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A Twitterstorm erupted after the list, developed by business professors and published by Forbes, included only one woman. Forbes has created a task force in response.

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The Business Roundtable has abandoned shareholder primacy and embraced stakeholder capitalism.

The new statement, released Monday by the Business Roundtable -- whose members are CEOs of America’s largest companies -- suggests balancing the needs of a company’s various constituencies and comes at a time of widening income inequality, rising expectations for corporate behavior and proposals from Democratic lawmakers that aim to restructure American capitalism.

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Employment lawyers, salary negotiation experts and employee rights advocates say the question is probably still getting asked — whether by naive or rogue hiring managers — and that violations of salary history questions posed behind closed doors could prove difficult to police.

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Copart, the online vehicle auction company, became the final company to add a woman to its board. The announcement was made less than a week after The Washington Post published an analysis about the growth of female directors that noted Copart's lone status.

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After being stuck at 16 percent for several years, the percentage of women-held board seats in the S&P 500 now reaches nearly 27 percent, according to data from ISS Analytics. Just one company in the S&P 500 has an all-male board.

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In small but measurable ways, some companies are starting to do more to recognize or accommodate employees or customers who don't identify as male or female.

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How companies should respond as a presidential norm of criticizing American enterprise in more generic terms is giving way to a naming and shaming strategy on both sides of the aisle.

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“If my phone ringing off the hook is any indication,” said one human resources consultant, “organizations have really been drawn to all the attention on this case.”

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The members of the 2015 Women's World Cup championship team are launching a brand aimed at equality and inclusivity.

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A confluence of forces could make it more challenging for companies to remain quiet on the sidelines on what is perhaps America's most polarizing social issue.

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A new study shows women tend to perform better on certain skills when the temperature is a little warmer, making them more productive. But men tend to perform better when the temperature is a bit cooler.

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Many people give graduation speeches about changing the world. Smith actually did something that could.

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A survey by LeanIn found that more men are uncomfortable with one-on-one workplace activities with women like mentoring or work dinners. And amid all Facebook's issues, Sheryl Sandberg has something to say about it.

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A new study by PwC found that CEO turnover hit a record high -- and that improper conduct was behind more forced departures than any other reason for the first time.

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