Lowering the barrier, inch by inch

Coolidge, Shelley Donald
February 1999
Christian Science Monitor;2/8/99, Vol. 91 Issue 50, p11
Comments on the rise in the number of women holding positions as chief financial officers (CFO) in Fortune 500 companies. Focus on several women executives including Marie Knowles, chief financial officer of Atlantic Richfield; Education of Knowles; Factors which are propelling women into CFO positions; Decline in gender bias; Percentage of the largest companies in America which have women in the position of CFO; How society views women in positions of power. INSET: Work and family: a difficult balance.


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