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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The Boys Club culture in the workplace explained.
(Studio: Erica Hill) The gender gap in the workplace examined; income statistics cited; details given about the Boys Club at David Letterman's show, the firing of ESPN's Steve Phillips for having an affair with a staffer & criticism of President Obama's basketball cohorts. [National Assn. of Female Executives Carol EVANS- says it is the culture of the company; states the Boys Club is intact.] ["Vanity Fair" writer SCOVELL- criticizes the Letterman culture.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with personal finance expert Suze Orman, pro poker player Maria Ho, "Why Women Should Rule the World" author Dee Dee Myers & neurosurgeon Dr. Katrina Firlik about women in the workplace. [ORMAN - says women are afraid to go for it.] [HO - speaks about the poker table.] [MYERS - says women don't ask for more money like men do, so the wage gap multiplies.] [FIRLIK - says women need a strong ego.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Hill, Erica
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