The Top Challenges Faced by Women in Business in 2018 (Infographic)
Women entrepreneurs continue to face more hurdles than male entrepreneurs today.
Facebook Engineer: Women's Code Rejected More Than Men
A Facebook staffer said 'code written by women was rejected much more frequently than code written by their male colleagues.' Facebook says she's working with incomplete data.
Google: Gender Pay Gap? Nope, Nothing to See Here.
The company pushes back on a Department of Labor report, and says it 'conducts rigorous, annual analyses' to make sure it adheres to equal pay practices.
Lawsuit Claims Yahoo Job Reviews Discriminated Against Men
The lawsuit also claims former Chief Marketing Officer Kathy Savitt 'intentionally hired and promoted women because of their gender.'
Google Proposal for 'Professional Women' Emoji Accepted
Emoji should be open to all genders, nationalities and races, right?
PepsiCo CEO: Don't Call People 'Sweetie' or 'Honey' in the Workplace
The outspoken Indra Nooyi said as a matter of dignity these terms shouldn't be used in a professional setting.
After Sexist Comments, Tennis Tournament Chief Raymond Moore Resigns
His comments on women in tennis were widely denounced, including by Serena Williams and Martina Navratilova.
Microsoft Apologizes for Scantily-Clad Dancers at GDC Party
Phil Spencer, the head of Xbox, said Xbox and Microsoft were represented 'in a way that was absolutely not consistent or aligned to our values.'
Amazon Resisting Efforts to Reveal Gender Pay Differences
The online retailer asked the SEC for permission to omit the issue from the annual ballot.
Meet the Executive Leading the Charge to Change Stereotypical 'Women at Work' Stock Photos
Pam Grossman, Getty Images' director of visual trends, breaks down how portrayals of women have shifted over the past decade.
Sheryl Sandberg, Melinda Gates and Other Influencers Sign an Open Letter Declaring 'Poverty Is Sexist'
There are 86 high profile signatures on the letter, written by the ONE campaign, in honor of International Women's Day.