The first lady of the United States urges us to make sure that fear doesn’t stop us from pursuing our goals.
Sociologist, author and educator Zulema Valdez breaks down the homogenization of Hispanic female entrepreneurs and examines traditions that impact their startup stories.
Sociologist, author and educator Zulema Valdez talks with us about the realities of business ownership for members of minority communities.
Stacy Ratner is changing the lives of children in Chicago through her social enterprise, Open Books Ltd.
Through Ramo Law PC, entrepreneur Elsa Ramo is advocating for creatives and creating opportunities for other women.
Talia Goldstein of Three Day Rule has turned her match-making talent into a million-dollar business.
Jennifer Kearney has built her consulting firm, Gotham 360, on a foundation of ethical business practices, family values and giving back.
The Story Exchange has selected a group of 10 amazing female entrepreneurs between ages 35 and 55 who are soaring to new heights, often in male-dominated industries.
Our ongoing column on women-led crowdfunding campaigns highlights women who are trying to make the products of tomorrow.
An up-and-coming woman in STEM encourages us to unleash our potential by living confidently.
Several women business owners of color told us that racial stereotypes sometimes influence how they market their ventures.
William Perkins at Seyfarth Shaw helps us understand the laws and best practices for small business owners with pregnant workers.
The Story Exchange is digging deep into the issues uniquely grappled with by female entrepreneurs of color.
This time, our column looks at campaigns for products and services designed to help folks enjoy the warm weather.
Author Gillian Zoe Segal speaks to the Spanx inventor (and billionaire) about turning the word “failure” on its head.