Women CEOs Earn More Than Men, Get Pay Raise in 2009

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May 13 (Bloomberg) -- Sixteen women heading companies in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index averaged earnings of $14.2 million in their latest fiscal years, 43 percent more than the male average, according to data compiled by Bloomberg News from proxy filings. The women who were also CEOs in 2008 got a 19 percent raise in 2009 -- while the men took a 5 percent cut. Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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