A recent article by Forbes discusses women’s statuses and pay in C-suite positions.
In the highest ranks of corporate America, there are seven times as many male executive officers as female executive officers; and, at the CEO level, men outnumber women by almost 17 to one, according to a new report from Morningstar authored by Jackie Cook. More than half of companies studied did not have even a single female named executive officer, according to Morningstar, which drew on its Executive Insight Database*. Cook noted that, as of 2020, Amazon did not have any women on its list of top-paid executives. (In Amazon’s 2020 proxy statement, its five named executive officers are men.)