1. Why U.S. Corporate Boards Don’t Include Workers

    Why U.S. Corporate Boards Don’t Include Workers

    (Bloomberg Opinion) -- In Germany, it’s considered perfectly normal that half the members of corporate boards are representatives of the corporation’s employees. In the U.S., where Senator Elizabeth Warren recently proposed 40-percent worker representation, it seems like a radical idea.Why the difference? Those employee board seats in Germany are required by a 1976 law, and in the U.S. corporations could put worker representatives on their boards if they wanted to...

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