Women in Massachusetts are losing ground in the fight for equality in the corporate world — at least among Massachusetts’ top companies. The Boston Club’s annual corporate census shows ten out of the top 100 public companies in the state are so-called “zero-zeroes,” which means a they do not have a single woman in a director or chief executive role — one more company than last year.
Jim Braude was joined by Pat Flynn, a co-author of The Boston Club’s Corporate Census and an economics professor at Bentley University, and WGBH Contributor and Boston Globe Business Columnist Shirley Leung.