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Female CEOs get blamed more often than male ones

Adam Allington Nov 1, 2016
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There are 23 women running companies listed in the S&P 500 stock index.

That’s bad enough, but there’s new research out that shows women in C-suites are treated much differently by the press than their male counterparts. Women are much more likely to be called out for bad leadership in news stories when a company hits a rough patch.

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