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At the 2016 New Yorker TechFest, on October 7th, Sallie Krawcheck listed—and quickly debunked—the myths often used to explain the financial industry’s gender gap: that boys are better at math, that men are better at investing, that women are too risk-averse. “As if the uterus will keep you from investing,” she cracked.
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