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A handful of headline-grabbing women CEOs do not an equitable corporate playing field make. Catalyst Census data and Corporate Board Resource cited.
ABC News, by Lisa Stark
Research shows that progress is stalled for women wishing to move into top executive positions. Catalyst President & CEO Ilene H. Lang explains how women are being held back from climbing the corporate ladder.
PBS Nightly Business Report
End-of-year reflections on women in business, with link to Catalyst's up-to-date list of women CEOs (of whom, as of 1/1/2013, there are 21).
The Glass Hammer, by Melissa J. Anderson
Article about female law partners who leave big firms to start their own practices so that they can have more control over their schedules and more time with their families.
The Philadhelphia Business Journal, by Jeff Blumenthal
Doug Guthrie lays out the case for advancing women to senior leadership positions. Catalyst Census data cited.
Forbes, by Doug Guthrie
PricewaterhouseCoopers' Denver office learns that taking advantage of an increasingly diverse talent pool is essential to business success.
The Denver Business Journal, by Heather Draper
Article about women's continued lack of progress at the top of Fortune 500 companies; 2012 Catalyst Census data cited, Catalyst President & CEO Ilene H. Lang quoted.
U.S. News and World Report, by Danielle Kurtzleben
Susanna Chiu named head of Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants; Catalyst Census Fortune 500 data cited.
South China Morning Post, by Enoch Yiu
KPMG Chairman and CEO John Veihmeyher to serve on Catalyst's board of advisors; Catalyst President & CEO Ilene H. Lang quoted.
The Sacramento Bee, PR Newswire, by KPMG LLP
Article on engaging men in the struggle to increase gender diversity at companies in India, Inc. Deepali Bagati, Senior Director, India, quoted.
The Times of India, by Namrata Singh