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

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 domin... 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

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Novan's (NOVN) CEO Kelly Martin Presents Corporate Update Conference Call - Transcript

Novan, Inc. (NASDAQ:NOVN) Corporate Update Conference Call November 14 ... particularly in both women's and men's health. We have taken this opportunity to focus specifically on women's health ... read more


Men still play all the roles on earnings calls

Women's voices are barely even present on conference calls. Corporate ... men and women. The 8 percent of the time women speak on earnings calls includes boilerplate introductory remarks delivered by ... read more

Our View: Hey men, listen up

Men in corporate America talk too much. Many women might see that as so obvious as to be laughable, but now there are statistics to back it up ... those calls talk more often and speak longer than wom... read more

The Signs of Creeping Fascism Are All Around Us

The opening is provided by liberals and social democrats whose claims to speak on behalf of the popular majority and democracy are repeatedly discredited by their underlying commitment to dominant cap... read more

Financial Crash Or Not: Did We Learn Enough From The Last Crisis?

With Tómasdóttir you don’t get ... we have men and women around the table in the boardroom.” And, various studies have underscored these views. Take for example a study of 353 Fortune 500 companies ti... read more

One Woman’s Advice to Another: It’s Always Time to Speak Your Mind

In short, despite more than a century of speaking out, many women in business today still haven’t learned to speak up. “Women don’t ask,” stated Priya G. Trauber, a keynote presenter at the conference ... read more

Men speak 92 percent of the time on earnings calls

Prattle, a company that uses artificial intelligence to parse central bank and corporate communications, analyzed more than 155,000 company conference calls held over the past 19 years — and found tha... read more

Inovio Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (INO) CEO Joseph Kim on Q3 2018 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

Thank you and good afternoon, everyone, and thank you for joining the Inovio Pharmaceuticals third quarter corporate earnings conference call ... VGX-3100 in adult men and women with HPV-related ... 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



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