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It's certainly true that a combination of events, decisions and moments of lightness and dark turn a person's life into what it is.
We take a closer look at the stories behind immigrant women entrepreneurs and what immigration reform could mean for them and America’s future.
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Success to me is to satisfy that yearning that drove me to do what I do, which is to make a living while doing good for others.
When I came to America I knew that I had a choice to make: either live an ordinary life or make a difference and become my own boss.
Roya Mahboob rises above death threats, fighting for women's empowerment and education with computers, access to the Internet and social media.
I started my business after realizing the void there were in the wine industry in term of proper brand management, selling strategies missing for Champagne category.
I wanted to create one of a kind handmade accessories for people who wanted to express their unique style and stand out from the crowd.
Nada Kiblawi was born in a refugee camp, lived through a few wars and finally found safe haven and economic independence as an entrepreneur in the U.S.
Alexa Stone started ecoPreserve to help companies be more energy efficient and preserve the environment.
Shebnam Rezaei started Big Bad Boo productions to provide kids from every part of the world with culturally rich cartoons that are both fun and educational.
Things you need to do NOW to ensure that you get on the first wave of money flowing into new startups, once equity crowdfunding is legalized.
Inspired by the very first female pilots, Heather Taylor started her own business and received the prestigious Combs Gates Award presented to her by Harrison Ford.
CEO of the legal filing service MyCorportation.com, Deborah Sweeney, explains why, when and how small business owners need to apply for tax extension.
Watch Hillary Clinton give a rousing speech at the Women in the World Summit about the importance of fighting on for the rights of women and girls in the U.S. and around the world.
Software engineer Jen Heilemann reflects on the stark reality of women in tech, their scarce numbers, the sexism some of them are subjected to, and how to change all of that.
Leaning in: It began, perhaps, with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s December 2010 TEDWomen talk on why there are so few women leaders (which has now garnered 2.1 million views on TED.com and YouTube).
Mother’s day is fast approaching and we looked through the women-owned businesses in our 1000 Stories campaign to come up with a list of products that can put a smile on a mom’s face.
Going into business with the person that you married may seem like a great idea but it doesn’t always end up in happily ever after. Here’s what you need to know before tying the co-working knot.
Faith Gonsalves grew up with the gift of music and decided to pass it on and use it to help at-risk children.
Sarabeth Levine has added a new restaurant to her $40 million food empire and it all began with a family recipe for marmalade.
Joy left her internet job to return to her steel industry roots and hand craft eco-jewelry, now worn by top celebrities.
Lisa Price started mixing fragrances in her kitchen and created a multi-million dollar skin and beauty empire.