From vaccine developments to vital testing kits, women in the science world are making critical strides in helping humanity combat the novel coronavirus.
According to a new study, the pandemic could wipe out gains that women business owners have made in raising venture capital.
Anna Skaya founded Basepaws to help you get a little closer to your cat.
The actress (and beauty business owner) sang the praises of online makers whose at-home ventures are “sparking joy.”
Brenda Stoner’s shipping and logistics business, Pickup, took a significant hit when the novel coronavirus changed everything.
Sarah Gilbert, a UK-based scientist, is working around the clock with her team to find a vaccine for Covid-19 by fall.
Many entrepreneurs started the year with major plans for growth. They’ve had to adjust, writes Deborah Sweeney of MyCorporation.
The economic fallout from coronavirus is devastating. But matchmakers are cautiously optimistic that people will still use their services to find love.
The producer, actress and humanitarian had some comforting words for fellow parents trying to navigate the coronavirus crisis while caring for their kids.
Believe it or not, there are some people who like being trapped in their home, writes The Story Exchange’s extrovert editor.
Jules Pieri started The Grommet to spotlight original products made by small businesses. But she believes many makers will shutter because of their dependence on Amazon.
The international singing sensation helped coordinate an online concert that generated over $100 million for Covid-19 relief.
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A Bookstore With 10,000 Donors. A Famous Improv Club With ‘Wild’ Fans. Meet 5 Women-Owned Businesses on GoFundMe
Local businesses from around the country turn to the fundraising site to stay afloat during Covid-19.
Small business owners around the nation are still reeling amid the coronavirus pandemic. This report reveals which states’ firms are getting hit the hardest.