The media queen released her 2019 holiday gift guide – and a third of it is brought to us by women entrepreneurs.
Posts by Candice Helfand-Rogers
Mistakes happen – as mass media giant Disney learned when its new streaming service experienced significant technical difficulties on its first day. If they can rise above it, so can you.
The tech giant’s upcoming business accelerator will lift up startups designed to tackle sustainability. We’ve seen women entrepreneurs lead the way on this.
The biographical feature film – which had women in lead roles both on and behind the camera – performed better than expected during its opening weekend. But we shouldn’t be surprised.
As the Academy recognized the achievements of women at its Governors Awards, honoree Geena Davis offered an idea for how to turn the tide toward equality.
A British television station is showing the world how businesses can care for employees going through menopause.
Thinking of launching an online business? First, get some advice from those who are virtually – and literally – thriving in the ecommerce world.
Runner Brigid Kosgei motivated herself to shatter a world record in the 2019 Chicago Marathon with this inspirational mantra.
Event producer extraordinaire Anna Rembold is making connections – and profits – through her fast-growing event planning firm.
Our 2019 holiday gift guide will go beyond “stuff” to celebrate the best experience gifts offered by women entrepreneurs.
Researcher and entrepreneur Rachael Z. Miller is on a mission against microfiber pollution. Her startup, Cora Ball, is taking the fight to washing machines the world over.
Are you trying to figure out how your company can be more Earth-friendly? Check out our round-up of eco-friendly business practices – then adopt them today.
Actress Michelle Williams made America’s ongoing pay gap between men and women employees the topic of the night at the 71st annual awards show.
Plastics in the ocean. Eroding coastlines. Enterprising women explain why they’ve launched business or nonprofits to fight climate change and other environmental disasters.
With its latest reboot of the famous board game, Hasbro envisions a world where women make more than men. Does it go too far – or not far enough?