Why it’s smart to invest in women-led companies

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New research from Robert Naess, a portfolio manager at the Scandinavian bank Nordea, finds that companies with female CEOs or chairmen outperformed the broader market. Ulta's chief executive, Mary Dillon, took the helm in 2013 and has annualized returns of 26 percent, according to Naess. (Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

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