Former BP Chairman John Browne, knighted as a lord, was outed in a lawsuit by an ex-lover in 2007. Since leaving the executive suite, Browne formed a non-profit organization and wrote a book by the same name, The Glass Closet. He hopes to help gay executives avoid hiding their sexual orientation. Photo taken July 31, 2014.
Former BP Chairman John Browne, knighted as a lord, was outed in a lawsuit by an ex-lover in 2007. Since leaving the executive suite, Browne formed a non-profit organization and wrote a book by the same name, The Glass Closet. He hopes to help gay executives avoid hiding their sexual orientation. Photo taken July 31, 2014. McClatchy
Former BP Chairman John Browne, knighted as a lord, was outed in a lawsuit by an ex-lover in 2007. Since leaving the executive suite, Browne formed a non-profit organization and wrote a book by the same name, The Glass Closet. He hopes to help gay executives avoid hiding their sexual orientation. Photo taken July 31, 2014. McClatchy

Executive suites slower to embrace gays than rest of business

November 12, 2014 01:52 PM

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