Confronting Homogeneity in Apple’s Boardroom

Apple shareholders will be voting on a proposal at the annual meeting Feb. 26. It’s a proposal that the company opposes, which calls for the tech leader to increase diversity in its senior management.Antonio Maldonado owns more than $2,000 worth of stock in Apple and he’s been pushing the company to increase what he calls an “abysmal” lack of diversity at the top level. In 2015, the company had one Hispanic and four African-American members among the 103 people Apple considers executives, senior officials and managers. Seventy-three of those top executives were white men.

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