Already subscribed? Manage account hereSubscribe Now
Eva Longoria on Building a Power Pipeline For Latinas: "I Hate When People Say the Talent Is Not Out There"
She became famous as an actress, but her real mission was to be the boss-and then give opportunities to women who might never otherwise get them.
At the age of 11, Jean Wright learned something important about herself.
National social media campaigns may drive awareness, but hyper-local campaigns actually drive business. Franchisees shouldn't overlook that.
If you're reading on your computer or programming all day, a vertical monitor might actually make more sense for your workflow.
Travel Agents Saved the Day When the Pandemic Caused Chaos. Now, Travelers Need Them More Than Ever.
Dream Vacations' Debbie Fiorno has had a front-row seat to it all, and she says the industry is primed for a comeback.
This Family Wanted to Own a Business That Got Them Excited, So They Opened An Urban Air Adventure Park
When Rachelle Nurse and Joseph Goodly took their kids to a birthday party, they found a business opportunity.
Want to Scale Your Business? Stop Worrying About Your Competition and Focus on These 3 Things Instead.
Think about the three P's: positioning, pricing and people.
Intrapreneurship is an old concept, but it's yet to make its way into many company cultures.
Major acquisitions. Consolidations. Conglomerates. What's going on in franchising? The answer says a lot about where the industry is heading-and what growth means going forward
Do you really need that upgraded Zoom subscription?
Michael Dell Gets Honest About How He Built a Billion-Dollar Business: 'I Wasn't 50 Percent Smarter Than Everybody Else'
Dell believes his willingness to try, fail and learn has helped set him apart in a risk-averse business world.
Her Mother Was Killed by a Drunk Driver. Now She's CEO of a Powerful Alcohol Company. Here's What Made Her 'Walk Into the Fire.'
Pernod Ricard North America owns many of the world's most recognizable alcohol brands. Its CEO, Ann Mukherhee, lived through alcohol-related personal tragedies. In her opinion, that's why she's right for the job.
From disruptions in healthcare and finance to new modes of human connection, here is what eight women tech leaders see for the future of technology.
From AI and DTC partnerships to disrupting the shopping experience as we know it, these founders have big ideas about what's possible for retail and e-commerce.
She Runs Wondery, a Podcast Company Known for Creative Risks. But It's Owned by Amazon, a Data-Driven Corporation. How Does She Make It Work?
Jen Sargent was an entrepreneur before she became CEO of Wondery, and she knows that in any situation, to get the outcome you're looking for: "You'd better have a strong answer."
Her Low-Income Patients Were Labeled 'Noncompliant and Defiant.' So She Raised $500 Million to Build a Healthcare Company That Put Them First.
Working as a doctor, Toyin Ajayi witnessed how the healthcare system fails traumatized patients in marginalized communities-down to the language it uses to describe them. She started Cityblock Health to change the equation.
The mere fact that so many women scientists were poised to lead the global Covid-19 vaccine effort is remarkable, and will have an effect on girls for decades to come.
From sports stars and media moguls to activist founders and tech innovators, meet the women from our October/November issue who are making a difference in 2021.
They're writing checks, and making room for more women to do the same.
Fearless Fund cofounder Arian Simone knows firsthand how hard it is for women of color to raise money. So after many setbacks and reinventions, she transformed herself into the solution she'd been looking for.
These 8 Women Lead Sustainability at Companies Like Amazon, Daily Harvest, and Johnson & Johnson. Here's How They're Helping the Planet.
From zero carbon initiatives and recycling designer handbags to using recycled fabrics, here's how industry leaders are tackling our time's greatest challenge.
It's not just about recruiting diverse talent. It's about building cultures where they will thrive.
From workforce shortages to changing minds in Washington, these women are pushing the franchise world forward.