Beau Wangtrakuldee, founder of AmorSui, developed antimicrobial clothing for female scientists — and, now, health care workers.
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Industry leaders in Chicago saw an opportunity to get businesses launched by their fellow females off the ground.
The former first lady urges voter registration in a new video from When We All Vote, the nonpartisan group she co-chairs.
The actress joins other celebrities in expanding the National Women’s Soccer League.
With summer plans upended for many families, some programs led by women try to offer a semblance of normalcy.
These Woman-Owned Real Estate Firms Were Forced to Get Creative. One Is Anticipating Plenty of Divorces
Women in real estate talk about the effects of Covid-19 on the housing market and their companies.
Our “100 Years of Power” series breaks down women’s history from the suffragist movement to #MeToo and asks: Is the future really female?
The iconic fashion brand has taken a giant hit, laying off most of its staff and closing several retail locations.
For Women-Owned Businesses, Bouncing Back Is Not a Reality at the Moment. These Corporations Are Trying to Help
Verizon and Lowe’s are offering cash grants and mentorship. ThirdLove wants to help female entrepreneurs of color.
Stephanie Samperi-González of Brooklyn, NY, was inspired to create the clear masks for her relative, who is hard of hearing.
Anna Skaya founded Basepaws to help you get a little closer to your cat.
Sarah Gilbert, a UK-based scientist, is working around the clock with her team to find a vaccine for Covid-19 by fall.
The online resource wants to help small businesses run by women and others who traditionally have more challenges raising capital.
The economic fallout from coronavirus is devastating. But matchmakers are cautiously optimistic that people will still use their services to find love.
A Bookstore With 10,000 Donors. A Famous Improv Club With ‘Wild’ Fans. Meet 5 Women-Owned Businesses on GoFundMe
Local businesses from around the country turn to the fundraising site to stay afloat during Covid-19.