Every S&P 500 company now has a woman on board

For women wanting to make their mark on Wall Street, it's been uphill battle. But this year marks somewhat of a turning point. More women are rising in the ranks than ever before to become board members at major U.S. companies. For the first time ever, not a single company on the S&P 500 index is without at least one female board member. At this point, more than 25% of the board seats of S&P companies are held by women. Karina Huber reports.

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