There’s no one path to office harmony for couples in business together, the stories of these entrepreneurial partners show.
The stresses of business ownership can be doubly tough when your business partner is also your life partner.
For couples in business together, communication and a clear delineation of roles and responsibilities are keys to keeping things sweet — and not too sticky.
Ten great holiday presents to help the people in your life enter 2016 feeling healthy, happy and energized.
Continuing our coverage of female food entrepreneurs, we talked to women at Smorgasburg and Union Square Greenmarket.
Positivity and entrepreneurial spirit meet at open-air food markets, making them a welcome place for women business owners.
We vote these women most likely to play an April Fools’ joke on their staff.
Nellie Akalp started CorpNet.com with her better half, Phil. She shares tricks that they use to stay sane.
Mary Aspinwall co-created Boxai, which brings attention to the declining bee population. Our TSE Gift Guide editors thought it was the bee’s knees.
Sheela Murthy was an unsympathetic boss. A walkout forced her to change.
To this day, the world of cars is often the epitome of gender stereotypes where women are perceived as incompetent and often end up ripped off. Watch Audra Fordin teach unscrupulous Goodyear mechanics a much needed lesson.
Roya Mahboob rises above death threats, fighting for women’s empowerment and education with computers, access to the Internet and social media.
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).
Control over domestic affairs seems to dampen women’s interest in professional power, report researchers.
Every entrepreneur knows the importance of looking presentable and professional, but do you know how to ‘wear your business on your sleeve?’