Monday, July 13, 2009

Top Boardrooms Fail to Reflect Hispanic Growth

Although the Hispanic population grows steadily larger, both in absolute terms and as a proportion of the American population, Hispanic representation in the boardrooms at the nation's biggest companies is not keeping pace, according to a survey by HispanTelligence.

Each year, Hispanic Business magazine compiles its Boardroom Elite, a listing of Hispanics serving as directors of companies appearing in the Fortune 500. This year there are 70 members on 100 seats, compared to 67 people on 96 seats in January 2006 and 69 on 95 seats in 2005.

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