Two interesting news tidbits concerning women passed my desk this week. One, that women aged 40 and over are increasingly dating younger men, and two, that despite some noteworthy advances, women in business are still making considerably less, and holding less prestigious posts, than men.
As a child of the 1970s, I grew up with the women’s liberation movement and expected the gains to be much greater since Gloria Steinem and Co. burst onto the political scene. But after three decades, women CEOs are a distinct minority in the corporate world despite the increased numbers graduating with honors from top business schools, and there’s only one woman chief executive at the top tier of accounting firms, Lisa Cines of Rockville, Md-based Aronson & Co.
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