Women and business: July 17th, 2015
This week Serena Williams won Wimbledon, women were appreciated at Comic-Con like never before, and the 2016 US Presidential race heated up. Caitlyn Jenner won the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the ESPYs, The USWNT got a special honor from Sports Illustrated and brought gender pay issues to the forefront. The British government ruled that large companies must start disclosing their pay data, a new app has been developed that shows us how woman-friendly a company's policies are before buying, and Google Doodle honored women's and civil rights pioneer Ida B. Wells.
Serena Williams Wins 21st Grand Slam Title At Wimbledon NPR
It’s Time to Appreciate Serena Williams’s Greatness NY Times
At Comic-Con, It Feels Like the Year of the Woman NY Times
What the Presidential Candidates Were Doing in Their 20s Levo League
Republican Congresswomen Have Advice for the GOP in 2016 TIME
Google, Airbnb Air Transgender Ads During ESPYs Fortune
Caitlyn Jenner: "Trans people deserve something vital. They deserve your respect" HuffPost Women
Strike a Pose: The USNWT Ladies Are Getting 25 Different Sports Illustrated Covers Glamour
Top U.S. Soccer Official Pledges to Push for Better Pay for Women HuffPost Women
British Companies Will Soon Have to Disclose Whether They Pay Women Less Than Men The Atlantic
Google Pays Tribute to Ida B. Wells, Fearless Journalist and All-round Badass HuffPost Women
New App Rates Companies' Female Power HuffPost Women
IBM's Traveling Moms Can Ship Breast Milk Home for Free CNN Money
5 Ways To Enjoy Summer If You're Stuck At Work Bustle
Why Your Mentor Doesn't Need To Look Like You Forbes
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