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Men dominate corporate conference calls, women don’t speak up: Study

A recent study by the analysis firm Prattle, conducted for Bloomberg, finds that men talk more than women on conference and quarterly earnings calls. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Dan ... read more

Great quarter, guys: Men dominate 92% of all corporate earnings calls

Very few American women make it into the C-suite—and it’s even harder for them to make their voices heard on corporate earnings calls. Bloomberg reports that in 155,000 conference calls over the past ... read more

Men Get the First, Last and Every Other Word on Earnings Calls

Corporate America’s most important publicly-conducted discussions -- the quarterly earnings calls held by almost all listed companies -- are dominated by men, who talk more often and speak ... women d... read more

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Men speak 92 percent of the time on corporate earnings calls, study finds

In a study of more than 155,000 company conference calls over the past 19 years, Prattle found that men ... up 10 percent of the conversation, Brigham Young's Karpowitz found. That means women don ... read more


Men talk 92 percent of the time on corporate conference calls

Men don't just dominate the vast majority of corporations' top jobs. They also talk a lot more. On quarterly earnings calls, men's voices make up ... conference calls also include women analysts ... read more

Study: Earnings calls lack women's voices

Women's voices are barely even present on conference calls. Corporate America's most important publicly conducted discussions – the quarterly earnings calls held by almost all listed companies – are d... read more

New research finds men talk just to hear their own voices

Corporate America’s most important publicly conducted discussions — the quarterly earnings calls held by almost all listed companies — are dominated by men, who talk more often and speak ... women don ... read more

The Daily 202: Kavanaugh allegations test the staying power of the #MeToo movement

I urge my colleagues … to, above all, treat this survivor with empathy and humanity and make sure that the United States Senate in 2018 doesn’t send the signal it sent to millions of women in 1991 who ... read more

The complete guide to swearing at work

A Bloomberg analysis of corporate conference calls ... women to penetrate male-dominated networks. A senior female attorney once told Kreamer, “Swearing gives men and women reciprocal permission to fe... read more

Seen, not heard: Obama's 'teachable' moment on gender bias

(CNN)-- President Obama caused a stir at his most recent press conference when he called only on women to ask him questions. The event, in a way, is a "live case study ... they grow up. It's no wonder ... read more

Men get the first, last and every other word on earnings calls, research shows

Corporate America's most important publicly conducted discussions -- the quarterly earnings calls held by almost all listed companies -- are dominated by men, who talk more often and speak ... women d... read more

The Finance 202: Consumers will face pain if China trade war escalates

has held Bezos up ... corporate communications. In a study of more than 155,000 company conference calls over the past 19 years, Prattle found that men spoke 92 percent of the time. That’s partly beca... read more



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