Women in Business
News and Articles About Women in Business
If our president-elect is serious about giving the economy a boost, he should focus on policies that will help women entrepreneurs.
There are about as many women as men in the workforce but that is one of the few ways they are equals.
For her new book, 'Earning It,' a WSJ journalist talked to 50-plus female corporate trailblazers about the experiences they had on their way up.
The World Economic Forum breaks down how far we have to go in its latest Global Gender Gap report.
The freelance and contract economy opens up options for time, balance and flexibility.
As women rise in the ranks they often receive a lot of bad advice to act like somebody besides who they really are.
For our 20 questions series we caught up with Daniella Yacobovsky co-founder of BaubleBar, to ask about work-life balance, her inspirations and more.
Here are three of the 100 different women profiled in Grace Bonney's newest book.
We chat with the popular blogger to discuss her entrepreneurial journey and her newest book.
Intentional or not, most investors are more likely to give money to males. That needs to change.
Women comprise a growing percentage of entrepreneurs but seem less interested in buying a business than in starting their own.
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The hyper-speed, collaborative nature of the startup environment means that all hands must be on deck.
'White male privilege runs unchecked,' one woman said in an email. 'The worst part is, you don't know who to trust and who you can reach out to without continued harassment and retaliation.'
There's no single reason why women-led companies struggle to secure VC investors. But for the first time, multiple platforms exist to help bridge the distance.