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Women Entrepreneurs

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The Truth About Succeeding in Business With Your Husband

Maybe especially in the family business, you want to have your own role and your own path.
Starting a Business

5 Things Every First Time Founder Needs to Know

After a whirlwind year, the co-founders of Shine share what they've learned.
Project Grow

How This Female Inventor Succeeded in Male-Dominated Industries

Jeri Ellsworth is launching a consumer-friendly augmented reality platform, castAR, this fall.
Women Entrepreneurs

How to Actually Empower Women Professionally

Don't just shoot out a feminist Facebook post -- do something active to help women in the workplace.
Business Moving Forward

This Founder Shares the Mindset That Helps Her Stay On Track

Generating $1 billion in sales for retailers, the founder of RewardStyle now realizes you can't please everyone. Instead, think about what you want for the long haul.
Business Travel

The Must-Have Items in These Entrepreneurs' Travel Bags

At the Circular Summit in Houston, female entrepreneurs and leaders share the one thing they always have in their carry-ons.
Business Unusual

Broadway's 'War Paint' Teaches Us to Embrace Risk and Never Settle

Actresses Patti LuPone and Christine Ebersole share what the first female celebrity entrepreneurs can teach us today.
Women in Business

4 Easy Ways to Help Women Succeed in Business

Daily actions we all can take to foster female entrepreneurs.
Women Entrepreneurs

Tory Burch's Top Advice for Women Entrepreneurs: Trust Your Instincts

The designer and CEO has launched a new campaign to encourage ambition in women.
Women Entrepreneurs

12 Female Entrepreneurs You Should Know

Get motivated by the stories of these pioneers.
Women in Business

6 Changes Your Company Must Make to Develop More Female Leaders

Unconscious bias is undermining companies that sincerely, but wrongly, believe they are meritocracies.
Take It From The Pros

4 Takeaways From the Rise and Fall of Nasty Gal

If you just want to get in, make a quick million or two, and get out, entrepreneurship is not for you.