Sheryl Sandberg tells the World Economic Forum that women are less liked as they become more successful.

This article titled “Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg attacks gender stereotypes at work” was written by Heather Stewart and Graeme Wearden in Davos, for The Guardian on Friday 25th January 2013 18.33 UTC

Sheryl Sandberg, the chief operating officer of Facebook, has launched a fierce attack on the gender stereotypes that hold back women at work at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

Sandberg, who is publishing a book called Lean In on women in the workplace in March, singled out T-shirts sold in the US, with the boys' version emblazoned with the words “Smart Like Daddy”, while the girls' version says “Pretty like Mommy”.

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