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Women in Business / Sandberg / A Discussion #1040393

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 11, 2013
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(Rome: Anderson Cooper) The backlash against Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's new book "Lean In" about women in business introduced. [On "60 Minutes," SANDBERG - says women can do more for themselves.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with reporter Norah O'Donell and "Fortune" magazine editor Pattie Sellers about Sandberg's views on women. [O'DONNELL - assesses Sandberg's view of an ambition gap, how she is asking why there are less women in leadership roles and there is a strong reaction to her message; notes Sandberg is at the pinnacle of her success and has a tough message for working women.] [SELLERS - comments on the backlash against Sandberg and on her strategic views; compares how men and women view power in the workplace.]

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