News and Articles About Women-owned Businesses
Three things that will transform any woman into an entrepreneur.
Yearning for a better mix between professional and personal life as a parent? Some find the answer in overseeing a business.
As of late, there has been a lot of news about female employees at startups. Here are a few reason to get women on board.
Men in Kilts, like many franchises, is dominated by men. However, two women have been important to the growth of the business.
Women Presidents Organization reveals its annual ranking of the top 50 women-led businesses in North America. We look at the leaders of the pack.
Our first annual list of seven of the most innovative woman leaders from technology to retail to health and more.
Why the computer giant has set its sights on women entrepreneurs -- and what it hopes to accomplish in Istanbul this June.
Women-owned businesses may represent a big source of potential growth for the U.S. economy and jobs.
Claudia Chan, the brains behind S.H.E. Summit Week in New York, shares her best three tips for women starting a business.
The founder of Dermalogica shares how she drove her own success, and why she's so adamant that other women become financially independent, too.
An informal survey released this week suggests that women entrepreneurs are more confident about their business's success than their male counterparts and offers some clues as to why.
Women-owned businesses with sales over $1 million are growing. Here are three theories on why women are able to build bigger businesses today.
As women continue to launch companies at a rate exceeding the national average, here's a look into the growth trends of their enterprises.
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