Prominent researcher Martha Lauzen talks about the lack of opportunities for women in film — and explains why change is so slow.
Leslie Barber of Intuit QuickBooks, an entrepreneur and small-biz advocate, suggests finding sidekicks (think Batman’s Robin).
TamTam, an LA-based singer/songwriter who was born and raised in Saudi Arabia, has found a creative way of using her voice for equality.
Female entrepreneurs between the ages of 35 and 55 are experienced breadwinners in the earning prime of their lives. Tell us how you’re making an impact!
This infographic from marketing company Expert Market shows that the pay gap between genders is a reality in every state in the nation.
Retired serial entrepreneur-turned-educator Steve Blank examines New York City’s VC culture.
Up-and-coming venture capitalist Sarah Kunst is doing her part to revolutionize the tech and investing industries, despite colleagues with outdated views.
These women need money for ventures and products that could make lives easier, healthier and a bit more exciting.
Women in TV or film are a lot like their counterparts in Silicon Valley: No one wants to take a chance on them.
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.
Blogger, author and biz expert Mary Foley offers entrepreneurs tips on how to avoid feeling awkward or speechless at events.
Shaherose Charania, the entrepreneurial force behind Women 2.0 and Founder Labs, was hooked on the Internet ever since she first logged on in high school.
Angela Jia Kim and Rachel Hofstetter of Savor PR School asked journalists for tips. Their findings may surprise you.
This infographic from The Payroll Blog talks about the positives – and negatives – of open-office setups.