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These Female Powerhouses Share How They Are Paving The Way For The Future #Girlboss

Sophia Amoruso, Justine Marjan, Maria Menounos, and Whitney Cummings share how they are paving the way for the future #girlboss.

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AutoNation names first female CEO

Cheryl Miller is promoted to CEO of AutoNation, becoming the first woman to be CEO of a publicly held automotive retail company and the only woman who is CEO of a South Florida public company.

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She sold a bank for $447M. Now she’s starting a new one

Shaza Andersen, who grew WashingtonFirst Bank to $2.1 billion in assets across about 12 years before selling to Sandy Spring Bank for $447 million in early 2018, hopes to achieve the same growth or better as CEO and founder of her new bank.

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After years of 'glacial change,' women now hold more than 1 in 4 corporate board seats

In recent years, there has been an increase in women on boards with the percentage of women-held board seats in the S&P 500 now reaching nearly 27%.

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What everyone can learn from a new report on women’s leadership styles

Based on insights from nearly 550 women leaders across a diverse range of industries, a new study from KPMG details actionable ways in which women can navigate complicated workplace dynamics and excel in executive roles.

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This year’s red hot IPO market has seen more women CEOs than usual take companies public

In the first half of the year, 13 women CEOs have taken companies public, representing 15 percent of the total CEOs that underwent IPOs in 2019.

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Why Self-Awareness Isn’t Doing More to Help Women’s Careers

Research shows that women possess a self-awareness advantage over men in ratings from themselves, direct reports, managers, and peers. Why aren’t women’s self-awareness advantages translating into better representation in senior leadership roles?

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There Are More College-Educated Women Than Men In The Workforce, But Women Still Lag Behind Men In Pay

Women have been earning more college degrees than men since the 1980s and now, for the first time, there are more college-educated women in the workforce than college-educated men.

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