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A Young Woman to Watch

As part of our series with the New York Times, we profile Elizabeth Rees of Chasing Paper.

We Want You for Our Science Gift Guide

This holiday season, The Story Exchange is curating a list of science-inspired gifts made by women business owners. Enter by Nov. 15.

Getting Federal Contracts Into Women’s Hands

Kristie Arslan of Women Impacting Public Policy thinks education and reform are key in improving access.

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Why Male Investors Should ‘Get’ Women-Led Companies

As more female entrepreneurs post strong numbers, VCs would be wise to back their startups.

The New Empowering Kid on the Block

With "Miss Possible," two female entrepreneurs hope to inspire girls to dream big through playtime.

The Ascent of Women Business Owners

This infographic reveals great news for female entrepreneurs.


The United States of Female Entrepreneurship

Which parts of America are best for women business owners?

The Especially Thick Glass Ceiling of the Tech World

A report looks at the issues women face while climbing the corporate ladder in the technology industry.

Mandated Equality?

A look at whether quotas are the best way to improve female representation on executive boards.


Female Entrepreneurship Growing Against the Odds in Africa

Business ownership among African women is on the rise.

What’s the Verdict on Entrepreneur Barbie?

A round-up of articles and opinions on the iconic doll's latest professional endeavor.
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The Flip Side of Fearlessness

In our continuing series with the New York Times, we look at what happens when you take a chance -- and something goes wrong.

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Why We Care About Female Chefs

In our continuing series with the New York Times, we look at two women in the kitchen: Jody Adams and Ana Sortun, who own restaurants in Boston.

Playing STEM

LEGO announces plans to launch a series of female scientist figurines.

Who’s Better in Business — Men or Women?

A revealing question in a new report underscores the bias that female entrepreneurs encounter.


Study Shows Mentors are Hard to Find for Female Students

The trend was especially prevalent among business professors.

Old MacDonald Need Not Be a Man

More women are working fields and tending to livestock, despite stubborn stereotypes.
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Survey: Funding an Issue For the Majority of Small Business Owners

They name it as a problem more often than tax reform or the ACA.

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Report: America Leads the World in Female Entrepreneurship

Researchers have found that the United States has the most entrepreneurial economy.
Zeynep Erkunt-Armagan of Erkunt Tracktor Industry INc.

Women Make Millions of Dollars in Trucks, Tractors

The Women Presidents’ Organization annual ranking of fastest-growing women-led companies shows gains in non-traditional fields.
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SBA to Help Improve Entrepreneur Training for Those Back from War

Good news for the over 2.2 million female veterans living in the United States.


A Fun New Way to Connect With The Story Exchange

Now you can find us on Instagram!
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The Importance of Investing in Girls and Women

Women Deliver has put together an infographic that shows how women could help save the world.
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Starting a Business With a Man? You Might Not Get Much of a Say

The findings of a recent study show that women who create startups with men get fewer chances to lead.