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

by Margaret Ormiston and James R. Bailey

March 15, 2017 | 10:20 am
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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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by Margaret Ormiston and James R. Bailey

March 15, 2017 | 10:20 am
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