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If you're a set of guys looking to start a company, think about women you could team up with -- they will see things differently and solve problems you didn't even realize you had.
The difference comes down to the words female founders use, according to a UC Berkeley study.
From industry leaders to startups to venture capital, here is where women are making an impact.
The Nasty Girl founder will serve as executive producer.
Jennie Enterprise knew New York executives didn't need another social club. So she gave them a deeper learning experience.
We can do our best work, forge our own path and challenge everyone to judge us on the results we achieve while still supporting and championing the women around us.
One entrepreneur's skin problem led to a centuries-old discovery that is one of the hottest trends in beauty.
Two franchisors who took big risks to bring their passions to life.
The Circular Summit will feature a range of industry mentors, media, investors and experts from across the country.
These women are making their mark on the business world. If you don't know who they are, you will.
Everyone in business has their own story of struggle and growth. These savvy lady entrepreneurs from around the world share their thoughts before the New Year.
Julie Fredrickson, Carrie Hammer, Kellee Khalil, Monika Kochhar and Heather Marie are bridging the executive gender gap and share their wisdom with other aspiring female executives.
It looks like Butler/Hill puts people before profit but really they just understand taking care of people is what makes a business profitable.
Dame Stephanie Shirley founded a female-run software development company in 1962 -- but she still had to sign her name as a man to be taken seriously.
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