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Investing In Women Is Smart Investing: The Value Of Gender Diversity Is Proven In The Numbers

Co-authored by Sallie Krawcheck, Chair of Pax Ellevate Why should you invest in women? Because it's 2016. Because it's the right thing to do. Because you want a better world for your daughter. But perhaps most importantly, because the business case for investing in women is now beyond compelling - in our opinion, it is overwhelming. Yes, the research overwhelmingly shows that where women are better represented on corporate boards and in senior management, companies simply perform better.
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