The next time you wear blue jeans or use a stir-fry pan, thank these women. Here’s a look at eight game-changers for Women’s History Month.
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Entrepreneur and superstar Kim Kardashian West took to Twitter to decry fast fashion after a brand unveiled a knock-off of her 1998 Thierry Mugler dress. She’s not the only businesswoman standing against the practice.
Behind the world’s most popular football player is the super-successful wife whose career (and net worth) eclipses his.
The world-famous singer and businesswoman led her own tribute at the 2019 Grammy Awards. That doesn’t surprise us.
If you want to grow your business in a meaningful way, stop being a control freak and learn to delegate effectively, says Barbara Weltman.
The international tennis superstar and ultimate working mom has a message for her fellow women: You can’t wait for change to happen — you have to *make* it happen.
The Duchess of Sussex is showing the world how to tastefully accessorize — and how to practice ethical consumerism.
It’s true – you can’t win ‘em all. But political rising star Stacey Abrams, who narrowly lost her campaign for Georgia governor last year, is showing us how to bounce back from failure.
We asked women entrepreneurs what leadership traits are most important to be successful in a male-dominated business world. Here’s their list.
Ann Mehl, a certified life and career coach, offer these tips on how to communicate, which is one of the most important skills in work and life.
Deborah Sweeney of MyCorporaton offers these tips on how business leaders can build trust, improve communication skills and inspire their team.
What’s the best way for companies to deal with workplace harassment, bullying and inappropriate behavior? Here’s step-by-step advice, provided by women entrepreneurs.
It turns out that Jennifer Fitzgerald of Policygenius is a fan of American history.
In a conversation at Policygenius’s new office, CEO Jennifer Fitzgerald talks about her entrepreneurial journey — and why she’s built an insurance platform only a millennial could love.
During a recent conversation, the iconic fashion designer turned social entrepreneur urged women just starting out in business to tune in to their gifts and where they’re being guided.