Over 1,000 women business owners told us why they chose entrepreneurship. We examined their stories to better understand what drives them.
Women are debunking the myth that entrepreneurship is about building the next big thing and making millions. Their goals are more lofty — and arguably more difficult.
The nuts-and-bolts work of running a business preoccupies many women entrepreneurs. Are they thinking strategically enough and soon enough to build the strongest, best companies they can?
When it comes to role models, the women entrepreneurs who took part in our 1,000 Stories campaign revere one key family member over all other influencers.
In New York City’s Rockaway Beach, a fragile entrepreneurial rebirth led largely by women is overcoming the odds — not just surviving but thriving after the storm’s destruction. Why?
Experts weigh in on growth trends in women’s entrepreneurship, based on preliminary data released by the U.S. Census Bureau.
A map from our friends at Expert Market shows that the size of pay disparities between men and women varies widely within the United States.
Female entrepreneurs bring sensitivity and human connectedness to international business, writes Laurel Delaney.
Having women involved in international business is good for the global economy, says Laurel Delaney, author of a new book on exporting.
Longtime activist Servane Mouazan says women are drawn to mission-based businesses. She hopes her London network will help thousands grow their social enterprises.
Business groups met with House lawmakers this week to get a bill on the floor by year’s end. We take another look at what immigration reform could do for women entrepreneurs.
New research has found that 40 percent of all households with children under 18 years of age include mothers who are either the sole or primary source of family income.
The SBA will make changes to help women-owned small businesses get more federal contracts.
What to do with those old bras stuffed in the back of your drawer? Watch how a suburban mom is using them to save women from sex trafficking.
While diapers and women‘s shoes might not be the first thing on Brian Lee’s mind, they are at the top of his list when it comes to starting a business.
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