Whether it’s because they had to, or because they wanted to, more women are starting businesses.
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The high-profile stylist is now head of a company that makes products for those grappling with menopause.
These women business owners are fed up after a recent terrorist attack took the lives of six Asian women – the latest incident of anti-Asian hate in the U.S. in a year-long spike.
The new YouTube Originals series, brought to us by a women-led company, features a little Kenyan girl with super powers.
Women are disproportionately saddled with child and elder care duties. Some of them are trying to keep businesses afloat, too. It’s been … a lot.
We asked women entrepreneurs about their top pandemic challenge. The answer surprised us.
She’s only the second woman to ever snag the honor from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. But that’s not all.
Laura Foley’s Foley Fish Company has been through it all. To get through Covid-19, she created a whole new product.
In honor of Women’s History Month, we’ve compiled a list of inspirational women whose startup journeys and impactful works left a lasting mark on us.
The dating app founder will join a shockingly small list of women founders of publicly traded companies.
NFL referee Sarah Thomas became the first woman to ever officiate a Super Bowl game.
Film directors Emerald Fennell, Regina King and Chloe Zhao each snagged best directing nods for this year’s Golden Globe Awards.
For Black History Month, we’re spotlighting powerful Black women at the top tiers of today’s politics, sports, arts and more.
Black women activists who have been leading the charge toward social justice are being recognized for their work on a global scale.