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Women in the Workplace / Boys Club / A Discussion (Part II) #952078

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 02, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued 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. [MYERS - says women have to make their workplaces more flexible & motherhood continues to be an obstacle.] [HO - talks about women at the poker table.] [FIRLIK - comments on the new rules for physicians in training.] [ORMAN, MYERS, FIRLIK, HO - offer views on what women should do at work to promote their capabilities.]
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