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State’s executives still mostly men

Half of 100 biggest public firms lack women leaders

By Megan Woolhouse
Globe Staff / November 26, 2010

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Just 26 of the 100 largest public companies in Massachusetts have a woman among their highest-paid executives; more than half do not have any women as executives. And nearly a third of those companies have an all-male board of directors to go with their male chief executive. (Full article: 525 words)

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