Female CEOs Outearn Male Counterparts

While the U.S. has more male chief executives than female by far, a new Wall Street Journal analysis finds that female executives are doing better than many expected. They not only average a higher compensation package overall, they’re running companies that generate a higher median total shareholder return than companies run by male counterparts.

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