Report: Women hold 14% of board seats at N.J. public companies

02/3/2014 | NJBIZ (New Jersey) · NJ.com (Hackensack, N.J.)

Women hold a little less than 14% of the board seats at large public companies in New Jersey, according to a survey, which is higher than the national average but still a far cry from gender parity. Still, Campbell Soup CEO Denise Morrison said the state's above-average results were "a tangible sign of progress." Campbell Soup and Johnson & Johnson were among the 17 companies surveyed that had at least three women board members.

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