Women in Business

4 Ways Working Moms Can Fight the '3 p.m. Disadvantage' at Work

Someone has to leave work early to pick up the kids from school, and that someone is often a mom.

Powerful Women Don't Need the Limelight to Be Influential. Here's Why.

Influence is a natural byproduct of respect, and for women in the workplace it can be achieved without any kind of masculine posturing whatsoever.

Get Salary Negotiating Tips From Ellen Pompeo, One of the Highest Paid Women on TV

Here's how Ellen Pompeo finally got the salary she deserved.

3 Unwritten Rules of the Corporate World That Women Need to Know

These are the things companies don't cover during orientation or in the employee handbook.

Are These Habits Getting in Your Way?

These are the three habits that often get in the way of women rising to their next level and what you can do to flip them.

Why Leaving Your Job Could Be the Smartest Career Move You'll Ever Make

Too many women stay too long in jobs where they're unappreciated, stunting their potential.

An All-Female Board Needs to Be as Unremarkable as an All-Male One

Companies with at least one female leader perform better. So, why aren't we doing more to promote women to leadership positions?

How to Handle a Personal Crisis as a Female CEO

When a catastrophe happens in your life, it's important to take care of yourself so your business can thrive.

Girlboss to Take on LinkedIn With Its Own Social Network

Sophia Amoruso's company raised $3.5 million for the venture.

98 Percent of VC Funding Goes to Men. Can Women Entrepreneurs Change a Sexist System?

Last year, the largest VC deal for a female team was $165 million -- a stark contrast to that for males, which was $3 billion.

We Need More Diversity in Tech Companies. Finance Roles Are a Good Place to Start.

Let's make a conscious effort to find and elevate qualified women, especially in tech finance roles.

Why Quitting My 6-Figure Job Was the Best Decision for My Family

In order to be successful, sometimes you have to step out of your comfort zone.

Missing: Women CEOs' Career Development. Here's How to Fix it.

The pool of women executives is small not because of a lack of women's ambition, but because we are missing opportunities to develop and inspire women executives earlier in their career.

Women Job Seekers Should Target Small Employers That Can Better Offer Work Flexibility

The prevailing belief that large companies offer the most stability is no longer true.