In this Aug. 27, 2011 file photo, Axel A. Weber, left, professor at the University of Chicago, Yves Mersch, center, governor of the Central Bank of Luxembourg, and Luc Coene, governor of the National Bank of Belgium, chat during a break from the morning session of the Economic Policy Symposium at Jackson Hole in Moran, Wyo. The European Parliament on Thursday, Oct. 25, 2012 rejected Luxembourg's top central banker for a post at the European Central Bank in protest at the lack of women within the organization's top leadership. The unprecedented rejection came during Thursday's vote at the legislature in Strasbourg, France where 325 parliamentarians voted against the appointment of Yves Mersch. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon, File)

Fighting To Get Women On Boards In The Workplace

(BRUSSELS) — In October, the European Parliament, in an unprecedented move, rejected a male candidate’s nomination for the European Central Bank (ECB) executive board because of … gender balance. Parliamentarians argued that Eurozone finance ministers should have nominated two candidates — a man and a woman — and accused them of gender bias. Although the European Parliament has only […]