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SURVEY SAVVY

W omen held 14.7% of all Fortune 500 board seats, up from 13.6% in 2003 and 9.6% in 1995, according to a 2005 census of women board directors by Catalyst ( www.catalyst.org ). The number of Fortune 500 companies that had 25% or more women board directors rose to 64 in 2005 from 11 in 1995.

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