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Corporate boards: Women twice as likely to have professional tech experience as men

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Corporate boards: Women twice as likely to have professional tech experience as men

While men still outnumber women on corporate boards of directors, in almost every industry female directors had more tech experience than their male counterparts, according to a recent study by Accenture.

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