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Daily Difference: in the '90S (Female Executives) #582830

NBC Evening News for Monday, Sep 23, 1991
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(Studio: Faith Daniels) Report introduced.

(New York: Betty Rollin) Management styles of female executives featured; scenes shown; details given of the careers of ad executive Paula Forman and construction company CEO Julie Newcomb. [FORMAN and NEWCOMB - talk to their employees.] [University of California Judith ROSENER - talks about women's management styles.] Excerpt shown from 1950s film "Executive Suite". Study comparing men's and women's executive styles mentioned. [FORMAN - says business is personal.] [Author Betty FRIEDAN - comments.]

(Studio: Faith Daniels) Tomorrow's "Daily Difference" segment previewed.

Daniels, Faith;
Rollin, Betty

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