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All-male boards at top U.K. firms come closer to extinction

All-male boards at top U.K. firms come closer to extinction

The government's efforts to decrease gender disparity are working as all-male boards at the UK's biggest companies are slowly becoming a thing of the past.

Just five companies in the FTSE 350 Index have no women at the top table, down from eight in 2017, according to data from the annual Hampton-Alexander Review that will be released in full Tuesday. The number has fallen dramatically since 2011 when 152 boards were men-only.

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