Women Made Incremental Progress in Tech the Past Few Years (Infographic)
From industry leaders to startups to venture capital, here is where women are making an impact.
Netflix Is Turning Sophia Amoruso's Best-Selling Book '#Girlboss' Into an Original Series
The Nasty Girl founder will serve as executive producer.
How the CORE: Club Disrupted New York's Social-Club Scene
Jennie Enterprise knew New York executives didn't need another social club. So she gave them a deeper learning experience.
How Women Leaders Win and Help Others to Do the Same
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.
How Victoria Tsai Turned a Geisha Secret Into a Cosmetics Innovation
One entrepreneur's skin problem led to a centuries-old discovery that is one of the hottest trends in beauty.
Meet the Fearless Female Franchisors Who are Living Their Dreams
Two franchisors who took big risks to bring their passions to life.
Top Female Entrepreneurs to Gather for April Event
The Circular Summit will feature a range of industry mentors, media, investors and experts from across the country.
2016's Women to Watch
These women are making their mark on the business world. If you don't know who they are, you will.
12 Female Entrepreneurs Reflect Upon What They Learned in 2015
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.
Career Tips from 5 Millennial Women CEOs Leading Innovation
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.
3 Ways This Female Entrepreneur Succeeds on Her Own Terms
It looks like Butler/Hill puts people before profit but really they just understand taking care of people is what makes a business profitable.
Giving Thanks to a Female Tech Pioneer You've Probably Never Heard of
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.
6 Things Wearing a Skirt Taught Me
How an idea about adding style to athletic success fed one woman's entrepreneurship.
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How This 26-Year-Old Learned the ABCs of Running an Education Franchise
On-the-job training sets a young tutor's career in motion.
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