07/01/19: Women Entrepreneurs Thrive Managing Talented Teams and Balancing Many Investors

By Richard A. Devine & Siri Terjesen, The Conversation

Only a handful of the top companies in the U.S. are led by a woman.

Efforts to change that and promote more women into positions of leadership have relied primarily on questions of equality. But is there also a business case for putting more women in charge?

Read more here.

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