The #AskHerMore campaign urges reporters to ask female celebrities more interesting questions on the red carpet. We came up with a few helpful suggestions.
These crowdfunding campaigns were put together by female entrepreneurs hoping to take their delicious projects and products to the next level.
Learn about five more female entrepreneurs who are leveraging their networks to fund products and initiatives focused on feminine power.
No surprise: In 41 states, the wealthiest person is a man. Find out who he is, and which women made the cut, in this Expert Market infographic.
These women need money for ventures and products that could make lives easier, healthier and a bit more exciting.
Despite Hollywood’s sexism problem – not to mention the uncomfortable comedic efforts of Jeremy Renner – this weekend’s awards show was one of the most empowering we’ve seen.
The House and Senate recently cleared an amendment that will mean more federal contracts (read: more money) for women business owners.
Colleen DeBaise, Dir. of Digital Media, stopped by MSNBC’s “Your Business” to talk about our Geeky Gift Guide.
Amy-Willard Cross of Buy Up Index and Vitamin W writes about women as ethical consumers.
In this infographic, American Express OPEN shows how taking part in the “holiday” helps foster community growth.
Shopping site Milo.com details how Small Business Saturday helps entrepreneurs.
Presentation platform Prezi sheds light on the confidence issues women face in the board room.
The Brighton School of Business & Management celebrates pioneering women in this infographic.
As part of our series with the New York Times, we profile Elizabeth Rees of Chasing Paper.
Kristie Arslan of Women Impacting Public Policy thinks education and reform are key in improving access.