Tory Burch, Sara Blakely and Eva Longoria are using their fame and fortunes to help other women succeed and to lift up whole communities. They are bright examples of the many women who use their success for good.
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Longtime activist Servane Mouazan says women are drawn to mission-based businesses. She hopes her London network will help thousands grow their social enterprises.
A young social entrepreneur, Shabana Basij-Rasikh, is challenging tradition and empowering women in her native country.
Woman entrepreneur survives a life-threatening disease to create a product that can potentially help burn victims.
To this day, the world of cars is often the epitome of gender stereotypes where women are perceived as incompetent and often end up ripped off. Watch Audra Fordin teach unscrupulous Goodyear mechanics a much needed lesson.
Going into business with the person that you married may seem like a great idea but it doesn’t always end up in happily ever after. Here’s what you need to know before tying the co-working knot.
Every entrepreneur knows the importance of looking presentable and professional, but do you know how to ‘wear your business on your sleeve?’
“No one believed indigenous women could be international entrepreneurs – not even their own husbands.” Read and WATCH how Ruth DeGolia proved everyone wrong.
If you want to stand out and gift your loved ones something special this holiday season, check out our list of women-made and owned options.
First impressions are crucial, especially when you’re trying to get potential investors on your side. And the first thing everyone sees, before you even open your mouth, is the way you’re dressed.
Three days after Hurricane Sandy swept the tri-state area, small businesses are struggling to get back to normal.
Audra Fordin is determined to defy stereotypes and she’s not afraid to get dirty along the way. This feisty mother of three rolls gamely under any broken car and fixes it better than many men.
Nelly Yusupova is the CTO of Webgrrls, a networking organization that helps keep professional women connected to one another and leverage technology.
The fourth of July is a time for barbeques, picnics, family reunions, fireworks and of course remembering our founding fathers. But how can we celebrate this most American holiday without recognizing the women of the Revolutionary War?