U.S. News & World Report:
The width of a CEO’s face may predict how well a company performs, according to a new study.
Researchers compared the photos of 55 male CEOs of Fortune 500 organizations with their companies’ financial performance. The study included only men because previous research found that a link between face shape and behavior applies only to men.
The firms of CEOs with wider faces, relative to face height, performed much better than businesses led by CEOs with narrower faces, said Elaine M. Wong, of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and colleagues.
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