Teri Dreher aims to move the needle toward greater medical transparency in the healthcare industry through her company, NShore Patient Advocates.
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Queen Bey is generating buzz over her streetwear-inspired clothing line, Beyhive, which launched earlier this week.
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Maisie Williams, the actress who brought fan-favorite character Arya Stark to life, is taking the tech startup world by storm and helping fellow creatives grow their talent networks.
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Women entrepreneurs looking for how to find investors can try the Fundery, a searchable venture capital database for female founders.
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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.
Hoes before bros. Uteruses before duderuses. In the bottomless pit of Leslie Knope aphorisms, Amy Poehler still has more to say on female empowerment in ‘Wine Country.’
In honor of Mother’s Day, we’re sharing some maternal words of wisdom that have motivated successful women entrepreneurs.
When Claire Tomkins started fertility business Future Family in 2016, her company’s focus was a mystery to male investors. Here’s how she got their attention – and their money.
Becky O’Neil of Becky’s Pet Care says she learned to evolve with the times — even if that means caring for chickens.