Julie Kerwin launched I Am Elemental to combat all those hypersexualized girl superheroes. She didn’t anticipate her newfound fans.
Videos and articles about successful women entrepreneurs building great companies, breaking through barriers and cultivating economic and social good.
Jules Pieri co-founded The Grommet, a marketplace for “maker” products — and overcame being turned down by 250 venture capitalists.
The Story Exchange releases its list of powerful 50+ women entrepreneurs who launched companies later in life.
Leslie Polizzotto left lawyering and Los Angeles to start a New York City doughnut shop that’s winning rave reviews for its unusual treats.
Near the shores of a Canadian lake, Leslie Bradford-Scott of Walton Wood Farm is growing a home-based multimillion-dollar business.
Melanie Dellas & Karen Lacy have tapped into a niche and underserved industry – artefact conservation.
As LGBTQ Pride Month gets underway, we share words of wisdom from entrepreneurs we’ve featured from this bustling, enterprising community.
Following her divorce from Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, the author has vowed to donate at least half of her new $35 billion fortune to assorted charities as part of The Giving Pledge.
Women in the whiskey business are launching careers more risqué than a teenage Tom Cruise dancing in a pink shirt. Turns out, it’s worth the risk.
Claudia Mirza came to the U.S. to reunite with her father. While she’s found success, she says immigration is painful.
The performer and business owner just broke a serious glass ceiling in the fashion world for women of color. She’s also the latest celebrity to turn star power into sales.
Here’s a list of Mother’s Day gift ideas featuring presents made by women business owners who are also parents. From luxurious robes to facial serums, we’ve got you covered.
Becky O’Neil of Becky’s Pet Care says she learned to evolve with the times — even if that means caring for chickens.
Grammy-nominated pop star, record-label CEO, and actress Janelle Monáe stars in new movie Ugly Dolls (now in theaters), but she’s also an LGBTQ voice in entertainment.
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.