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Report finds companies with at least one woman on executive committee have better return on capital
If you want more senior female staff, a formal change of corporate culture is required
The corporate success of women often depends on a supportive partner
Men are more likely to gain support as women lack the necessary contacts
The FT launches its fourth annual Women in Business competition
The views of the computing pioneer will annoy some, but they are difficult to ignore
Companies with more female leaders do better, but are these women the cause of the success?
Push for greater diversity yet to achieve widespread cultural change
Female representation in high-ranking jobs is better in the region, with some notable exceptions
Women retire on significantly less income than men
Her latest role is to foster support for the global development targets
To succeed, you must open your own path, says the president of BT Japan
London’s financial district has a problem with senior women. Despite the countless programmes designed to retain them, why do they still drop out in large numbers — and is there a solution?
The first woman to chair India’s most important financial institution is part of a banking industry that is the most female-friendly in the world
‘My work in fashion has led me to examine the impact of the things we consume, and why this must change’
A third of the Chinese ecommerce group’s 18 founding partners are female, and women account for nine of the 30 partners who control management decisions
Expensive diversity initiatives are unlikely to deliver intended results until societies tackle deeper biases
The 30% Club is shifting its campaigning focus from female company chairmen to seeing more women in middle management
Changing societal norms will have the biggest effect
Lower salaries can set in at the very beginning of women’s careers
In popular culture, there are no senior women in finance – but finds signs of change in the real world
Every nation pays men more than women – and voluntary action to tackle the issue is failing
A look at the practical steps taken to redress gender imbalances and why they have had so little impact
A look beyond the claim that flexible options are a ‘women’s issue’ and work patterns changing
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