Good morning, Broadsheet readers! I’m Jennifer Reingold, senior editor at Fortune and co-chair of Fortune Most Powerful Women. I’m trying to fill the shoes of Broadsheet editor Kristen Bellstrom before we all head off to London for Fortune‘s 2015 MPW International Summit next week. In the news today: There are no women CEOs in Glassdoor’s Top 50 winners of its Employee’s Choice Award, the U.S. Women’s World Cup team is dogged by domestic violence double standards, and Olympian Michelle Kwan is Hillary’s latest hire.
• Employees love their [male] CEOs. Career site Glassdoor.com revealed the winners of its Employees’ Choice Award, which lists the CEOs with the most positive reviews from their workers. The winner among large companies was Google’s Larry Page. Not one women CEO made the top 50. Glassdoor
ALSO IN THE HEADLINES
• The First Lady speaks out on race. “We know that everything we do and say can either confirm the myths about folks like us—or it can change those myths.” New York Times
• Should Hope Solo Go? ESPN’s Keith Olbermann thinks so. He argues that it’s a double standard to punish Ray Rice for domestic violence, but not U.S. Women’s World Cup team goalie Hope Solo, who was recently arrested in a brawl with family members. ESPN
• Michelle Kwan for Hillary. The Olympic gold medalist signed on as a paid staffer for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. Will skate-and-debate events become the norm? New York Times
• Not nostalgic: New Banco Santander chief Ana Botín is overhauling the banking giant, without too much regard for her father’s legacy. “We need to change the culture,” she says. WSJ
MOVERS AND SHAKERS: TV gabfest The View has named Raven Symone as a permanent co-host, following the months-ago departure of Rosie O’Donnell. J.Crew lays off 10% of its staff and fires its head women’s wear designer, Tom Mora.
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT
• Pantsuits on purpose? Hillary’s sartorial choices have gone from a snarky aside to a welcome distraction. Business Insider
• Michelle Phan no longer the queen of YouTube. Up-and-comers Bethany Mota and Zoe Sugg outdrew Phan in recent months—perhaps because she doesn’t post as frequently as she used to. Ad Age
• Texas upholds abortion restrictions. Nearly all abortion facilities must meet hospital-like qualifications—which means that many of them will shut down. Washington Post
• Calling Bay Area women for a Summer Hackday. Today’s the last day to apply for a women-only hackathon sponsored by Dropbox, to be held June 26 and 27. summerhackday
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