Venture capitalists with daughters are more successful

Daughters have an effect on hiring policies, which leads to greater success.

The Economist
Sep 29, 2017 · 3 min read

Richard Nesbitt, a former chief operating officer at the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, has long been an evangelist for women in business. In “Results at the Top”, a book he wrote with Barbara Annis, he describes his efforts to convince men to promote women. When speaking to bosses, he stresses data showing that companies with more senior women are more successful. But he has noticed that men with daughters…

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