This Veterans Day, celebrate the women who served our country. Here’s a list of female veterans who started their own businesses.
Articles that help us understand the realities of female business ownership and the trends affecting women entrepreneurs.
Liberal donor Susan Sandler, diagnosed with glioblastoma, has started a new fund to beat systemic racism.
Style icon DVF has a new collaboration with Amazon to showcase woman-owned small businesses and women authors.
The face of the popular female co-working space opens up about challenges and sticky situations as a new mom and founder.
The sports league is raising salaries, extending maternity leave and expanding benefits in a new proposed bargaining agreement.
The fashion brand founder started an employee stock ownership plan that gives workers significant shares of her company, and she encourages others to do the same.
The limited-time pop-up shops feature inventive products from female-led small businesses through January.
A new poll by Groupon for National Women’s Small Business Month reveals the obstacles (and rewards) that women business owners experience.
The philanthropist says she wants to expand women’s power and influence in the U.S.
Without Nualphan Lamsam’s help, Thailand’s women’s national team may never have made it to the World Cup.
Kate Ryder aims to help women in the workplace by building a telehealth company that puts quality healthcare at their fingertips.
#ResistList: Schooled by tough experiences, Sarah Walsh of Caffe d’Amore points the way for women entrepreneurs who want to create a post-#MeToo workplace where everyone is welcome and mutual respect is a way of life.
A majority of female founders in America get most of their income from their businesses, according to SCORE.
There’s actually a lot of overlap between the creative and entrepreneurial worlds, writes April Chen, a student at Babson College and co-founder of Gentle.
April Chen, a student entrepreneur at Babson College and co-founder of Gentle, says she has learned to outperform the limits set by fear.