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Speaking to Transgender Customers

A growing number of companies are working to effectively, respectfully engage transgender consumers through ad campaigns and inclusive company policies. Experts explain why — and what it takes to get it right.

Candice Helfand-RogersSpeaking to Transgender Customers
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Young Entrepreneurs in the Age of Obamacare

We asked young entrepreneurs at a Brooklyn coworking space what access to insurance through the Affordable Care Act has meant for them — and what they’ll do if a Republican-promised repeal means it’s taken away.

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The Women Who Won U.S. House, Senate, Governor Races

About half the candidates we tracked in our “Women on the Ballot” project won their elections. Their success will lift female representation in Congress, but only slightly.

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Campaigning for More Women in U.S. Government

Some women seek to solve pressing societal issues by running for local office, and join a pipeline of female candidates who may someday run for higher office. But why aren’t there more — and how can we turn the tide?

Candice Helfand-RogersCampaigning for More Women in U.S. Government
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TSE Quick Take: Diversity Among Venture Capitalists

A U.S. Small Business Administration report on gender and minority representation inside venture-capital firms confirms that investor diversity is good for women business owners.

Candice Helfand-RogersTSE Quick Take: Diversity Among Venture Capitalists
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TSE Quick Take: Business Ownership for Black Women

Black female entrepreneurs are starting up at higher rates than any other group. A new report looks at why — and examines the hurdles they face in growing their firms.

Candice Helfand-RogersTSE Quick Take: Business Ownership for Black Women