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    1. Bank of America has a Simple Solution for Companies Looking to Boost their Stocks: Put More Women in Charge. Here are the Charts that Prove it.

      Bank of America has a Simple Solution for Companies Looking to Boost their Stocks: Put More Women in Charge. Here are the Charts that Prove it.
      • Companies with more women in top jobs have better returns and steadier earnings, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Their stocks also trade at higher premiums.
      • The report is just the latest linking gender diversity to better run companies and more successful stocks. UBS also recently reached a similar conclusion...
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