Deep-voiced bosses bring in the big bucks, says study
By Vanessa Ko, for CNN
updated 10:53 PM EDT, Wed May 29, 2013

(CNN) -- It is well know that leaders at the highest echelons of politics and business tend to be taller -- an advantage called the "height premium." Now, research shows a similar correlation with voice pitch: the lower a CEO's voice, the larger his company and paychecks tend to be.

The new study, led by professors at Duke University's Fuqua School of Business and the University of California at San Diego, looked at the voice pitches of nearly 800 male CEOs speaking in public in the U.S....