The world-renowned animal researcher and environmentalist reflects on the climate crisis in “The Book of Hope.”
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As the pandemic continues, many Americans have taken on caregiving as another full-time job. Startups like Carewell and Grayce are making it a little easier.
Even though she left the Fortune 500 company, Indra Nooyi is still making her voice heard in a new memoir.
Atlanta entrepreneur Tiffany Fitzgerald is making the golf course a little more inclusive.
Pick Up Some Entrepreneurial Advice — or Just Escape — With These New Fall Books By, About and For Trailblazing Women
These much-anticipated books by and about entrepreneurial trailblazers show there’s a market for stories of powerful women.
Amid Silence from Small Businesses on Texas Abortion Law, This Boutique PR Firm Is Standing Up for Women’s Rights
Boutique PR firm Bospar is a small business willing to relocate employees based in Texas because of the restrictive new law.
Tennis upstarts Leylah Fernandez and Emma Raducanu are making a big splash at this year’s competition.
Lucy Moss of ‘Six’ and Antoinette Chinonye Nwandu of ‘Pass Over’ say lockdown and personal crises have influenced their art.
Listen to the inspiring story of BioNTech’s Kati Kariko, who may just win the Nobel Prize for her heroic effects despite years of setbacks.
Co-working businesses had a rocky year, but these spaces are actually planning to expand.
Two sisters and their cousin started a new e-commerce site exclusively featuring Black-owned businesses.
Laurence des Cars has been appointed the next leader of the renowned museum, ushering in a new creative vision.
The fashion designer and Nobel Prize-winning scientist Jennifer Doudna have teamed up to offer a one-year fellowship to a ‘woman in science.’
The pandemic forced moms and caregivers to quit jobs. Time’s Up and 200 businesses want to help.
Out of 60 original recruits, 53 women passed a terrifying test of body and mind to become Marines on the West Coast.