Corporate boards are paying more attention to diversity, but the percentage of female fund managers continues to stall.
Women are making inroads on corporate boards of S&P 500 companies, but there's still room for improvement.
We examine if these funds are voting as they are named.
Watch: For International Women's Day 2019, we look at the progress being made on gender diversity on corporate boards.
Refining our rating methodology makes it easier for investors to consistently measure a fund's sustainability performance.
A recent Morningstar study shows women are more likely to manage fund-of-funds, passive strategies, and socially responsible portfolios.
Global study finds women have better odds of winning management roles in growing parts of the industry.
New Morningstar study finds U.S. rate of women fund managers trails global standard and hasn't improved since 2008.