India has one of the lowest rates of COVID-19 testing in the world. This woman virologist’s pioneering work – completed hours before having a child – will likely change that.
Working in Mostly Male Fields
Women at work in male-dominated fields
The tennis superstar revealed in a series of videos on TikTok that she is struggling with social distancing, and relayed anxiety about the health of her daughter.
Style icon DVF has a new collaboration with Amazon to showcase woman-owned small businesses and women authors.
Mathematician Katherine Johnson passed away. She’s remembered fondly as both a brilliant mind at NASA and a trailblazer for fellow women in science, tech, engineering and math.
The designer brand offered to loan its work attire to political candidates running for any office.
After an ad from the five-year-old startup was rejected by ABC, women were able to vent their frustration on social media.
Tammi Jantzen, Tracy Warren and Katherine Gregory faced sexism while raising money for Astarte Medical, which improves gut health outcomes for preterm babies.
The offensive assistant coach for the San Francisco 49ers is the first out coach in the National Football League’s history, and the first woman coach to ever lead a team in the Super Bowl.
The story of the “The Assistant,” which hits theaters on Friday, revolves around a young, female apprentice to a predatory Hollywood producer.
Actress Anna May Wong shattered a glass ceiling by starring in an American major motion picture 97 years ago. But nearly a century later, representation issues still plague Hollywood.
The FinTech Innovation Lab London, run by Accenture, has increased the number of female founders in its cohort.
The sports league is raising salaries, extending maternity leave and expanding benefits in a new proposed bargaining agreement.
But there’s some progress: The Director’s Guild of America reports more women directing TV shows.
Female founders across Latin America are putting down business roots in their home countries, thanks to an abundance of accelerator programs.
Construction, transportation and food services topped this year’s list of most profitable industries for female-founded companies.