NEW YORK — Publix Super Markets, Target Corp. and CVS Caremark were the only food retailers singled out in a report Tuesday for their female board representation. The 2013 Catalyst Census found that those three chains were among 91 companies on the Fortune 500 list where women accounted for at least 25% of board seats. Three of Publix’s nine board seats are held by women, as are four of Target’s 12 seats, and three of CVS Caremark’s 11 seats. CONNECT WITH SN ON ...
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