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Black Women Are Leaning In And Getting Nowhere

Black women want a seat at the table. And yet they are close to invisible at the highest ranks of corporate America, reveals data released Tuesday morning by consulting firm McKinsey & Company and, the nonprofit women’s leadership organization founded by Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg. This is the second year the organization has released the data, among the most comprehensive looks at how women are faring in the business world.
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