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As folks begin to return to work, women entrepreneurs say they’re encouraging employees to come (mostly) as they are.
Muslims are still celebrating, and women-owned businesses are filling a hole in the market with their wares — even during a pandemic.
Pre-pandemic, boudoir photography was having a renaissance. Now, clients (and their long-lost sensual sides) are ready once more for a close-up.
Imagine graduating virtually in your childhood bedroom. Then think about the job market.
Yaa Birago, a Canadian-based mother of two, has created a travel platform with women’s safety and comfort in mind.
Kati Kariko, Melissa Moore and Kathrin Jansen are among the women who defied all odds to produce life-saving vaccines.
Whether it’s because they had to, or because they wanted to, more women are starting businesses.
The deadline for filing estimated taxes is fast approaching. Expert Barbara Weltman shares her tips on navigating the process.
Women are on a new front line: researching, coordinating and administering Covid-19 vaccines.
Alix Lebec is the founder of Lebec Consulting, a firm working to change the tides of inequality through impact investing.
Women all over the world are finally getting the rights they have long fought for, but there is still a lot of work left to do.
The first Native American Interior Department secretary talked with us in 2018 about her fight for jobs and the environment.
Women are disproportionately saddled with child and elder care duties. Some of them are trying to keep businesses afloat, too. It’s been … a lot.
Amanda Wojtas is the founder of Eternal Fleur a floral company selling flower arrangements that last up to 365 days.