Women May Get Into Augusta Easier Than Energy CEO Role

Jim Polson writes for Bloomberg News: “Women may have better odds of getting a membership at Augusta National Golf Club than becoming the chief executive officer of an energy company in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index. (SPX) With its decision to name Lynn J. Good as its first female CEO, Duke Energy Corp. (DUK) will be the largest U.S. energy business by market value led by a woman. Good will be only the second female energy leader on the index, raising the amount to 0.4 percent, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.”