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There is no clearly defined path in motherhood, but if we aspire to be and create something greater than our current selves, we can do right by our children, both from the office and at home.
Working with my mother further supports my belief that anyone can be an entrepreneur.
It takes work, but there are ways to effective juggle being a top businesswoman and a top mom.
The qualities that make one a great entrepreneur are the same as what makes you a good mother.
The key is in figuring how what works for you -- then asking for it.
Kira Wampler is the new chief marketing officer of the San Francisco ridesharing company Lyft. She is also a mother of two. Here's how she manages both roles.
Guess which country ranks among the worst for maternity leave? The land of the free and the home of the brave.
Susan Wojcicki says that work and motherhood aren't mutually exclusive.
For most U.S. pizza chains, Super Bowl Sunday is the biggest sales day of the year. At Papa Murphy's, it's Halloween. And that's not the only difference.
'The biological clock and the career clock are in total conflict with each other. So we're screwed,' she joked, speaking at The Aspen Ideas Festival on Monday.
This mother-daughter duo found a new family in franchising, all while proving that age is nothing but a number.
After nine years as a stay-at-home mom, Andrea Sammreich reentered the working world as a Pillar to Post Home Inspections franchisee.
These three women saw a niche and sought their own solutions, leading to successful products.
Some moms want roses. Other moms would prefer an iPad.
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