Joanne Lipman

journalist and author

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Former deputy managing editor at the Wall Street Journal -- and the first woman to hold that position, she’s writing a book about men and women at work

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Equal pay for equal work has been the law in the United States since 1963, but the gap between men and women just won't go away.

Enforcing Gender Equality in America's Workplace

Equal pay for equal work has been the law in the United States since 1963, but the gap between men and women just won't go away.

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