Figures released by the Cranfield Centre for Developing Women Business Leaders showed that the American, Dame Marjorie Scardino,of publishing group Pearson, is the only women chief executive of a company among the current FTSE100 list.
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CDWBL stands for Centre for Developing Women Business Leaders
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Only 57pc of businesses in the FTSE 100 index have women directors this year, compared with 58pc last year and 64pc in 1999, the survey by the Centre for Developing Women Business Leaders at the Cranfield School of Management revealed.
Only 57 per cent of businesses in the FTSE 100 index have women directors this year, compared with 58 per cent last year and 64 per cent in 1999, the survey by the Centre for Developing Women Business Leaders at the Cranfield School of Management revealed.