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Boston — Even women who make it to the top ranks of US corporations face a persistent pay gap compared with men in leadership roles, it has been found in a new study of corporate filings.

Among companies in the Russell 3000 index, covering most of the investable US stock market, the highest-paid women earned 84.6c for every dollar earned by male counterparts in 2019, up from 81.5c in 2015, according to a paper from researcher Morningstar due out on Wednesday...

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