Few women sit on public companies' boards

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Articles - November 2011
Wednesday, October 19, 2011

 

 

 

 

Public companies WITHOUT women on boards Public companies WITH women on boards
  1. Bioject Medical Technologies
  2. Blount International
  3. Calypte Biomedical
  4. CarePayment Technologies
  5. Craft Brewers Alliance
  6. Digimarc
  7. Electro Scientific Industries
  8. FEI
  9. FLIR
  10. Galena Biopharma
  11. Jewett Cameron Trading Co.
  12. LaCrosse Footwear
  13. Mentor Graphics
  14. Orgenesis
  15. Precision Castparts
  16. Premier West Bank
  17. Schmitt Industries
  18. Triquint Semiconductor
  19. Waytronx
  20. Williams Controls
  21. Xun Energy
  22. Xzeres Wind
  1. Albina Community Bancorp
  2. Cascade Bancorp
  3. Cascade Corporation
  4. Citizens Bancorp
  5. Columbia Sportswear
  6. Greenbrier Companies
  7. Lattice Semiconductor
  8. Lithia Motors
  9. McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood
  10. Nike
  11. Northwest Natural Gas
  12. Nyxio Technologies
  13. Pacific Continental Bank
  14. Paulson Capital
  15. Planar Systems
  16. Portland General Electric
  17. Powin Corp.
  18. RadiSys
  19. Rentrak
  20. Schnitzer Steel Industries
  21. StanCorp Financial Group
  22. Umqua Holdings Corp.
  23. West Coast Bancorp
  24. Willamette Valley Vineyards


 

 



 

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