Women Hold the Majority of U.S. Privately Held Businesses

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Women Entrepreneurs: Parity in Private Businesses - HR Management

In the U.S., women were the majority owners of 7.7 million privately held firms at the end of 2006, up 42% percent as compared to 10 years earlier, according to the Center for Women’s Business Research. Interestingly, they also tend to be less reluctant to work with their husbands.

In a publication titled "Would You Hire Your Husband?", the New York Times investigates the way some couples operate their joint business.

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