In today’s New York Times, Kimberly Dobbins tells us how she quit her day job and launched a snack-bar company.
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In our continuing series with the New York Times, we talk to Pat Law of Singapore. “Know that you can do better,” she says.
In our continuing series with the New York Times, we look at what happens when you take a chance — and something goes wrong.
Women’s ventures are often underfunded. Deborah Jackson’s crowdfunding platform is trying to change that.
In our continuing series with the New York Times, we look at two women in the kitchen: Jody Adams and Ana Sortun, who own restaurants in Boston.
Forget rain or bugs. Lysanne Tusar, who makes wine in Hong Kong, has landlord problems.
Seven years after a corporate sabbatical inspired Simple Squares, Kimberly Dobbins is close to turning a profit.
A revealing question in a new report underscores the bias that female entrepreneurs encounter.
Pat Law of Goodstuph makes it a habit to be “badass.” This summer, she’s opening a bar.
Ana Sortun, who owns three restaurants in greater Boston, discusses her rise in the kitchen.
Chef Jody Adams counts Julia Child as her mentor. She talks about rising to the top of the male-dominated restaurant business.
The Story Exchange’s first-ever list of promising young female entrepreneurs shows a generation that is blowing through barriers.
Jen Boulden, who sold her first company to Disney, is back with an eco-friendly video channel, JenB TV.
The Women Presidents’ Organization annual ranking of fastest-growing women-led companies shows gains in non-traditional fields.
Beauty entrepreneur Lisa Price talks about startup up, superstar backers and other secrets of success.