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The United States of Female Entrepreneurship

Which parts of America are best for women business owners?
 
 
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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.
 
 
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Mandated Equality?

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

 
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Female Entrepreneurship Growing Against the Odds in Africa

Business ownership among African women is on the rise.
 
 
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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.
 
 
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Playing STEM

LEGO announces plans to launch a series of female scientist figurines.
 
 
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Who’s Better in Business — Men or Women?

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

 
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Study Shows Mentors are Hard to Find for Female Students

The trend was especially prevalent among business professors.
 
 
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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.
 
 
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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.
 

 
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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.
 

 
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Report Highlights Inequality for Black Female Entrepreneurs

Black women said to still be last among all women in revenue generation.
 
 
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The Importance of Investing in Equality

Women Deliver has put together an infographic highlighting the benefits of equality.
 
 
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Researchers Find That Women Keep Executive Boards Honest

Study shows that the presence of female executives reduces the likelihood of fraud.
 

 
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Study Shows Independent Women in India More Likely to Suffer Abuse

Researchers found that more dependent women were less at risk.
 
 
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RIP, Anja Niedringhaus

The Story Exchange is deeply saddened by the killing of the photographer who documented Afghan women's fight for rights.
 
 
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UNF Initiative Aims to Empower Young Women

The United Nations Foundation's Girl Up campaign hopes to reach "the world's hardest-to-reach adolescent girls."