A Different Kind Of Launch For Mc DonnellRichard S. Dunham
For years, ambitious women at McDonnell Douglas Corp. have felt frustrated. In the not-too-distant past, even an innocent gathering of female employees might have caused suspicion. "If three or more women got together for lunch, the guys in blue suits and red ties would believe we were planning a coup," remembers former aerospace employee Ruth Jernigan, now a United Auto Workers official.
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