Female CFOs Brought in $1.8 Trillion More Than Male Peers
Businesswomen leave an office building in downtown Seoul, South Korea, on Tuesday, May 27, 2008. Banks and retailers are rolling out products catering to the needs of the growing number of “Gold Misses,” single professional women in their 30s and 40s. Simply more than an emerging purchasing force, “Gold Misses’’ are setting a trend of breaking away from traditional values like marriage in a country where women are still frowned upon for smoking in public. (Photographer: Nasha Lee/Bloomberg News)

Female CFOs Brought in $1.8 Trillion More Than Male Peers

(Bloomberg) -- Companies looking for better financial returns should consider a female chief financial officer.
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