Actress Anna May Wong shattered a glass ceiling by starring in an American major motion picture 97 years ago. But nearly a century later, representation issues still plague Hollywood.
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After a cooking accident left her with burns, skincare entrepreneur Sally Olivia Kim of Crushed Tonic turned to collagen to heal herself.
The Amazon CEO’s contribution leaves something to be desired – namely, more money. We turn to women social entrepreneurs for reminders of what charitable giving can really look like.
But there’s some progress: The Director’s Guild of America reports more women directing TV shows.
The acclaimed actress spoke about the freedom of personal choice – as a mother and a voter – while accepting her latest award.
These stars of the stage, screen, sports and more are using their platforms to share words of inspiration. We’ve rounded up the quotes that give us a bigger boost than our morning coffee.
Amid environmental waste concerns, holiday shoppers are increasingly favoring secondhand finds and experience gifts. We know some female founders who can help.
Thinking about how best to brand your growing business in the new year? We break down five great possible ways to set yourself apart.
Time magazine has named the internationally-renowned eco-warrior as its 2019 Person of the Year. We think she more than deserves the distinction.
Despite the odds and depressing statistics, these female-founded firms raked in millions of dollars from investors – and made headlines – this year.
Women entrepreneurs are creating social enterprises that aim to help the marginalized find restaurant jobs – while mending political rifts through food.
The Story Exchange’s 2019 holiday gift guide celebrates women entrepreneurs selling services and experiences that are equal parts fun and fulfilling.
The media queen released her 2019 holiday gift guide – and a third of it is brought to us by women entrepreneurs.
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.