Women Are Disappearing From Venture CapitalBy
The vast majority of U.S. venture capital investments go to companies led exclusively by men, according to a study released on Sept. 30. Only 15 percent of nearly 7,000 VC-backed companies analyzed had a woman executive. And a paltry 2.7 percent had a female chief executive, the research from Babson College shows.
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