From a record number of women in Congress to an 11-hour filibuster, it was a notable 12 months for female politicians in the U.S. and elsewhere.
Posts by Colleen DeBaise
Becky O’Neil of Arlington, Va., remembers her first Christmas as an entrepreneur: She worked the entire day.
TSE’s special report in today’s New York Times features Adriana Rodriguez of Austin, whose school teaches children to be quadrilingual.
Adriana Rodriguez, an Austin mom of two, needed more cash flow after she launched a bilingual school.
Today is a special day for The Story Exchange, as we begin a new partnership with The New York Times.
Felena Hanson launched her female-only coworking space after surviving a near-fatal wreck.
A look at a recent Gallup poll’s surprising findings, what it suggests and why female leaders might offer more job security.
The one-time king of video stores is closing up shop. How nimble entrepreneurs can avoid Blockbuster’s fate.
Across the country, women are headed to City Hall, while female voters turn down efforts by abortion foes to take office.
Business groups met with House lawmakers this week to get a bill on the floor by year’s end. We take another look at what immigration reform could do for women entrepreneurs.
Today’s the anniversary of the Women’s Business Ownership Act of 1988, transforming women’s enterprise development.
A recent report says it pays to be an entrepreneur — though women still aren’t at the same level as men.
If there’s a bright spot in the recent kerfuffle, it’s that the list of qualified women is longer than ever.
The SBA was a no-show and female government contractors expressed concerns the stalemate could hurt business.
After some bumpy years, there are more sources of funding than ever for small businesses. Here’s where to look.