The New York Times examines divorce and the corporate wife.
Geraldine Fabrikant writes (excerpt):
“Corporate spouses are less likely to be quiet and accepting of what is going on,” Mr. Nissenbaum said. “They are less willing to spend the next 30 years helping their corporate mates climb the ladder even though there might be a far larger pile of money at the end. They are less willing to wait because women feel they can live on their own.”