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Anyone with a brain would agree that the rise of women like Marissa Mayer (Yahoo!) and Meg Whitman (Hewlett-Packard) to the coveted role of CEO should be cause for celebration. For the first time in history, women are in charge of some of the most important change-making companies out there. But Women's E-News is suggesting that we "hold the cheers." As it turns out, a woman at the top may be nothing more than a scapegoat for a  faltering company. After all, ... Read More
Sallie Krawcheck by Dirk Eusterbrock   Sallie Krawcheck, 48, has had an exhilarating and rocky career as one of the most powerful people on Wall Street. In 2002, she was on top of the financial world: she was on the cover of Fortune, and the public hailed her as the “last honest analyst.” She reinvented Citigroup and became the organization's chief financial officer, only to be demoted and then let go in 2008.    When she left Citigroup, ... Read More
  Get out the rag and polish ladies, because—as Frank Bass at Businessweek explained—"Women who want to earn more on Wall Street than their male colleagues have one reliable option. They can set up a shoe-shine stand in Lower Manhattan." That's because the only industry where women earn more than men (a whopping $1.02 to every dollar) is that of personal care and service. That is the one (one!) out of 265 major job categories where women can ... Read More
Did the economic collapse affect your life like so many others? Do you want to give Wall Street a piece of your mind? You are in luck! Along with the Occupy Wall Street movement progressive groups are launching an online collaborative to get people's stories and voices out there about how the bank bailouts affected real people. If you have a story about it and you want to share this is your sounding board. Occupy the Boardroom's mission is to hold the big banks ... Read More
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