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White men still overwhelm the boardroom but, for the first time, women and minorities together accounted for half of the new independent directors appointed by corporate America this year, a recruitment firm said on Thursday.

Executive recruiting firm Spencer Stuart tracked appointments of independent directors made by S&P 500 companies — firms whose shares are listed on major U.S. stock indexes, NYSE or NASDAQ.

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