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Such an inspiration to every woman in the world.
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Amazing what some can do when they aren't screaming at the top of their lungs what they are OWED and go out and GET IT! Great Job Ladies!
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Amazing what some can do when they aren't screaming at the top of their lungs what they are OWED and go out and GET IT! Great Job Ladies!
It's still only 6.6% of Fortune 500 executives so really not impressive. But please, keep telling us all how women's experiences are. Amateur level mansplaining.
I am an investor of 50 years. I find women leaders tend to be better than men.... I have met a few...very impressive people...but not all. So boards need to be careful that they do not consider gender as a primary variable when making the CEO decision. Financial statements are gender neutral and do not care.
Although each one is a milestone,33 in 500 isn't anything to be proud of.
That’s a good thing and hey, and I hope my 7yr old if she doesn’t own her own or be in sports or whatever she wants to do in the future I just want the field/selection process to always be fair to her.
Educated women are great business leaders are very successful in a capitalist type of society such as ours. Great to see people achieving such success whether they are women or men.
I think we should care more about the policies these CEOs put in place, as they impact workers (including female workers). CEO will always be very well paid, and I guess if isn't CEO, she'd still have a very good position and a good income. So let's care more about hardworking precarious women. winking face
I think we should care more about the policies these CEOs put in place, as they impact workers (including female workers). CEO will always be very well paid, and I guess if isn't CEO, she'd still have a very good position and a good income. So let's care more about hardworking precarious women. winking face
Let's not be bigots and restrict it to gender. In fact, why don't we mind our own business and not worry about what some CEO is paid. It is not coming out of your purse, so it is none of your concern.
Sad so many children growing up with baby sitters why can't women put family first.
Sad so many children growing up with baby sitters why can't women put family first.
You couldn’t cut it out here, so please stay home.
Sad so many children growing up with baby sitters why can't women put family first.
 Some women don't want children. Others aren't into being a housewife. That's a decision between her and her husband if she has one.
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