Yes, the numbers are low. But here’s a list of visionary women entrepreneurs who helped launch public companies.
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Rachel Budde of Fat and the Moon wanted makeup with recognizable ingredients. When she couldn’t find what she was looking for, she set out on her own.
New research suggests the “Femme Fatale Effect” makes some people believe attractive business women are schemers when they are often anything but.
America’s most-buzzed-about professional tennis player took to Instagram to reveal her portfolio, which favors diverse leadership.
These women entrepreneurs didn’t pick their families, but ended up picking their sisters (or brothers) to be business partners
Author Brian Weisfeld talks to The Story Exchange about his upcoming book that aims to empower girls to be entrepreneurs — one lemonade stand at a time.
Michelle Obama’s new book, “Becoming,” is flying off the proverbial shelves – and reinforcing the positive effects of having female role models to its millions of readers.
After raising its latest round of venture capital, Emily Weiss’s Glossier is now a woman-led unicorn.
Kylie Jenner recently became the youngest self-made billionaire in the world, breaking a record previously held by Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and joining a very short list of powerhouse women.
In honor of Women’s History Month, online styling site Stitch Fix is encouraging female employees to talk about workplace motivation on Twitter.
ThirdLove can now make and sell bras designed for every unique female body. Male investors should take note.
Entrepreneur and superstar Kim Kardashian West took to Twitter to decry fast fashion after a brand unveiled a knock-off of her 1998 Thierry Mugler dress. She’s not the only businesswoman standing against the practice.