7 companies led by women
Diversity at the top often means better results on the bottom line, so investors would do well to pay attention to who's running the show. These companies have women in key roles.
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ebay gets an upgrade how about the kids starting college an upgrade so there prices are lower some do not go anymorem do to the fact parents can't afford or are ILL!!
How about Kiran Shaw, Paula Long, Virginia Rometty, Jean Crummins, Ursula Burns, Pat Woertz, Carly Fiorina amongst others?
All you need to do is look at the way the world is changing to see the mistakes you have made as a society. Not saying that woman should be wearing Burka, but they shouldn't be flying jets or running mens businesses either.
Women are made to have babies, that's why they have a womb, and care for families and others. How do you not get that? You can't screw with mother nature and get away with it.
A womans touch should be a Healing and caring touch and not a mans touch.
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