Doyle isn’t on a “woe is woman” type of rant, as can easily be detected with the title of her recent book, “Powering Up! In it, Doyle talks about what it was like to spend her life making her way to the top in the male-dominated corporate worlds of sports media and the auto industry.
Worse, in his new book, “Confidence Men”, Ron Suskind recounts a senior female aid who said that the current White House is a difficult place for women to work.
And senior adviser to the President Valerie Jarrett has admitted there is tension between the sexes.
And there’s a lack of corporate leadership – banks seem unwilling to admit their mistakes, correct their wrongs and start down a fresh path.
It’s men who got us into this economic crisis and it’s been women who’ve been bailing us out of it.
Women are also on the rise in the world of technology.
Meg Whitman was recently appointed the CEO of Hewlett Packard.
Out of the Fortune 500 companies 15 are run by women. politics, there are 93 women in Congress – 76 in the House and 17 in the Senate – out of a total of 535 members.
Other top positions at corporations are also still dominated by men. On a more granular level, the counts 13 women who hold high-level White House positions.
Author and columnist Michael Lewis aptly notes: “The Icelandic tycoons were a parody of Americans.
The interesting thing is that they were all men.” So where can we find new and necessary leaders?
It’s not as if there aren’t , sold it to AOL for 5 million and is now launching Le Huffington Post in France.