Good morning, Broadsheet readers! Valentina (@valzarya) here. Hillary has a very super Tuesday, two of Wall Street’s most powerful women join forces, and Lifeway’s CEO hits the stage with Lady Gaga. Have a wonderful day.
• A Super Tuesday. Hillary Clinton widened her lead against Bernie Sanders on Super Tuesday, winning major victories in seven out of 11 Democratic primaries and caucuses, including Texas and Massachusetts. Her wins are credited to her popularity with minority voters and her kinship with Southern Democrats from the two decades she spent in Arkansas.
ALSO IN THE HEADLINES
• Making Oscar history. Lady Gaga’s heart-wrenching performance at the Academy Awards—during which she was joined on stage by 50 sexual assault survivors—is bound to become an iconic Oscar moment. Lifeway Foods CEO Julie Smolyansky talked to Fortune about her decision to be a part of it all. Fortune
• Money honeys. Forbes has released its annual list of the world’s billionaires, with women making up just 10% of the world’s ten-figure fortunes. L’Oreal heiress Liliane Bettencourt tops the list of the world’s wealthiest women with $36.1 billion, good for eleventh place overall. Forbes
• Contractor club. Engility Holdings has named Lynn Dugle, its board member and a former Raytheon exec, as CEO. Dugle joins a growing group of female government contractor chiefs, including Lockheed Martin’s Marillyn Hewson and General Dynamics’ Phebe Novakovic. Fortune
• What Southern belles? A new report reveals that working women in the South suffer some of the harshest inequalities in the U.S., not only in terms of how much they are paid, but also in how they are treated at work. The Atlantic
• Tale of two titans. Sallie Krawcheck, co-founder and CEO of digital investment platform Ellevest is joining the board of Blythe Masters’ Digital Asset Holdings, which is exploring how to apply the technology behind Bitcoin to financial markets. Before their forays into fintech, both women made names for themselves as high-powered finance execs. Fortune
• Not a bad gig. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is known for handing out generous executive compensation packages, and the one for chief revenue officer Lisa Utzschneider is no exception: She could make more than $18 million for 2015. Fortune
MOVERS AND SHAKERS: Dell CMO Karen Quintos will become the company’s chief customer officer after its acquisition of EMC is completed later this year.
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT
• Abe, you have a problem. Nearly a third of working women in Japan say they’ve suffered sexual harassment at work, according to a government study released Tuesday. About a quarter of the women said the harassment was done by their immediate supervisor. WSJ
• Transparency truths. The prevailing thinking about pay is that keeping it secret helps “keep the peace.” However, data suggests that just the opposite is true: The more information we have about why we earn what we do—especially in relation to our coworkers—the happier we are. Fast Company
• Handler shows up. Chelsea Handler writes about how being reliable helped launch her career in comedy. “I hated doing stand-up in the beginning…[but] I made an agreement with myself that I would show up, get up, and do my set, no matter what the circumstance.” LinkedIn
• Tech gets traditional. Tech companies are making it easier for ultra-religious Israeli women to find work, with industry giants Cisco and Intel offering amenities that cater to their religious needs, such as single-sex offices, kosher foods and flexible hours. Fortune
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