Companies With the Most (and Least) Female Leadership

Despite the strides women have made, stereotypes persist and gender equality is slow coming. As of 2016, a woman earns just above 80 cents for every dollar a man receives — about 20 cents more on the dollar than when the Equal Pay Act passed in the 1960s, yet still far from equitable. The gender gap — pay and representation — tends to be even more pronounced in senior leadership positions at large companies. To this day, some companies do not have any female executives or board members.

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