By Jackie Wattles. Published on CNN Money, June 18, 2015. When the news broke that the redesigned $10 bill will feature a woman, CNNMoney asked readers for nominations. Using the hashtag #CNN10s, plenty of people weighed in with suggestions that ranged passionate and thoughtful to comedic and improbable. US Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said he [...]
ELLE just came out with their second annual Women in Tech issue, which honors the brilliant founders, funders, execs, and engineers who are rocking the industry—and the world beyond it. You can read about all of them in the July issue of ELLE—available digitally and in select cities on June 16, and on newsstands nationwide June 23.
By Tony Schwartz. Published in The New York Times, June 12, 2015 When I met Lynne Doughtie this week, I was struck by how different it felt sitting with her than with any male chief executive I had met over the years. Six weeks ago, Ms. Doughtie was elected United States chairwoman and chief executive of [...]
By Claire Cain Miller. Published in The New York Times on May 26, 2015. "In Chile, a law requires employers to provide working mothers with child care. One result? Women are paid less. In Spain, a policy to give parents of young children the right to work part-time has led to a decline in full-time, stable [...]
Published by the Associated Press on June 11, 2015. Need some inspiration this Thursday? Check out the AP Images team's photo shoot with Iranian motorcross rider Behnaz Shafiei. It is currently illegal for women in Iran to ride motorbikes in public, but 26-year-old Behnaz and 5 other women are pushing boundaries and fighting to compete. [...]
Published in The Guardian, June 11, 2015 The UK leads the rest of Europe in terms of women being the main earner among affluent households, according to a survey. The Ipsos Affluent Survey Europe, now in its 20th year, reveals that Britain, which once lagged other European countries in terms of the number of women qualifying [...]