Today, about 15 percent of board seats are held by minorities.
Just because you have a board seat doesn't mean we are going to get your business.
The number with eight board seats rose to 54, from 40.
Family members hold five of the nine board seats and continue to influence decisions.
In the district, 17 candidates are running for 9 board seats.
Many companies have directors who serve the business in ways other than their board seat.
The company also faces the possible loss of board seats at the annual meeting.
Under the new arrangement, workers now control 4 of the company's 13 board seats.
They are also the only banks that have two board seats.
The plan would require the family to give up two of its five board seats.