Women's History Month
These 10 Cities Have the Largest Gender Pay Gaps in the U.S. — and One State Dominates Half the List
In 2022, women earned an average of 82% of what men did.
Uma Thurman's Daredevil Stunt Driver Blazed Her Own Trail in a Male-Dominated Industry — Here's What She Wants to Tell Women Everywhere
Zandara Kennedy is a stunt double, coordinator and precision driver who will become the first Canadian woman to compete in Formula Drift this year.
A 400-Year-Old Family Business Remains the 'Gold Standard' in Its Category — Its First Women Leaders Reveal the Secret
Executive chair and president Craigie Zildjian became the company's first woman leader in 1990. Today, she's preparing her niece Cady to uphold the legacy.
As we celebrate this cornerstone of Women's History Month, here are four essential tips for standing out in a wide-open entrepreneurial world.
The Hollywood Speech Coach Who Turned Gal Gadot Into Wonder Woman Reveals How to Use Your Voice to Get What You Want
Samara Bay's new book 'Permission to Speak: How to Change What Power Sounds Like, Starting With You' reveals how to do exactly that.
The Viral Brand Behind Soaring Searches for 'Female Body Hair' Still Gets Up Close and Personal After Its $310 Million Sale
Georgina Gooley co-founded Billie in 2017 to meet women's shaving needs and change the narrative around body hair.
With fights for equal pay and increased job opportunities still necessary in today's world, it's inspiring to look back on those in history who've sparked change.
The illustrator and content creator also known as Happy Dani talks with 'Entrepreneur' about her unique business model and how brands can elevate Black content creators.
Reversing the pandemic's devastating impact on women and gender equity will take a massive effort, which is why each one of us must take an active role if we are to succeed.
Before you celebrate, post, tweet, share and talk about the importance of International Women's Day, ask yourself the following question: As a leader, what are you doing to support and keep working mothers in the workforce during this pandemic?
Little Words Project makes jewelry that helps women express themselves and encourage each other. Founder Adriana Carrig recommends five words to wear now.