Male finance chiefs are paid about 16% more on average than are their female counterparts, according to a study of U.S. companies by GMI Ratings. Women accounted for about 150 out of about 1,900 CFOs at companies with market values of between $100 million and $25 billion in 2010. The women received total compensation of $1.32 million each year on average, compared with $1.54 million for men.

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