FTSE100 female CEO presides over a £9 BILLION fall in market value

My thanks to Doris for pointing me to a Mail Online story about the decision of Cynthia Carroll, CEO of FTSE100 company Anglo-American, to resign. The share price rose by 76p on announcement of the news.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-2223738/FTSE-loses-feminine-touch-Anglo-American-boss-Cynthia-Carroll-latest-quit.html

During Ms Carroll’s five-year tenure around £9 billion was wiped off the company’s market value.

£9,000,000,000

Headhunters are seeking a replacement CEO. Will Anglo American dare replace Ms Carroll with another female CEO?

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