Study: Female CEOs are 10% more likely to be fired

04/30/2014 | Guardian (London), The

Female executives are 10% more likely than their male counterparts to be fired, according to a study. That's evidence of a pattern in which women tend to be promoted to lead companies already in crisis, making their jobs more challenging than those of most male leaders.

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