WSJ: Two women from Minn. companies on track to become Fortune 1000 CEOs

There are only 35 female CEOs leading Fortune 1000 companies, however, experts expect that number to surge in the coming years. The Wall Street Journal explored the topic over the weekend and suggested that two Minnesota women are well on their way to the corner office at some of the nation's largest companies: Juliana Chugg, of General Mills and Gail Boudreaux, of United Health Group.
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There are only 35 female CEOs leading Fortune 1000 companies, however, experts expect that number to surge in the coming years. The Wall Street Journal explored the topic over the weekend and suggested that two Minnesota women are well on their way to the corner office at some of the nation's largest companies: Juliana Chugg, of General Mills and Gail Boudreaux, of United Health Group.

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