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Jennifer Hill launched WeVoteByMail.org to encourage younger generations to request mail-in ballots or register to vote.
Beau Wangtrakuldee, founder of AmorSui, developed antimicrobial clothing for female scientists — and, now, health care workers.
Industry leaders in Chicago saw an opportunity to get businesses launched by their fellow females off the ground.
Dr. Nana Afoh-Manin launched MyCovidMD to help Black and brown neighborhoods impacted by coronavirus.
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Anna Skaya founded Basepaws to help you get a little closer to your cat.
The former TV host and her brother combine forces (again) on Goodpods, a podcast player and social network.
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Chelsea Allison never could have predicted she would raise a new baby and launch a startup before coronavirus changed our way of life.
Buffy Lloyd-Krejci, who recently founded IPCWell to combat infectious diseases in nursing homes, never imagined her services would come during a global pandemic.
Curina, a new art rental startup, joins a litany of subscription services that are geared toward young people who want quality goods without exorbitant price tags. Can it succeed?
Fresh Bellies founder Saskia Sorrosa is at the helm of a new business trend: organic, healthy baby food for sophisticated palates.
The FinTech Innovation Lab London, run by Accenture, has increased the number of female founders in its cohort.
Tax expert Barbara Weltman has advice for self-employed business owners and sole proprietors on what they can expect to owe — and how to calculate it without penalty.