We know female CEO’s get paid more, but we don’t know why

We know female CEO’s get paid more, but we don’t know why

Last spring Equilar, an executive compensation firm, released a headline-making study on gender and CEO pay. In a survey of 341 Standard & Poor’s 500 companies, it found that the 17 female chief executives in the group made nearly $8 million more on average than their 324 male counterparts. Some in the media responded with…

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