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Women and business: December 4th, 2015

Women and business: December 4th, 2015

This week, Mark Zuckerberg made waves by deciding to take 2 months maternity leave after the birth of his daughter, the US government made a monumental decision to include women in combat roles and Abby Wambach talked the gender pay gap. Emma Watson was told not to use the word "feminist" in her famous HeForShe speech but did anyway, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler teamed up again and Goldieblox came out with a rockin' new video to inspire girls to be whatever they want.

How Mark Zuckerberg’s Example Helps Fight Stigma of Family Leave The Upshot

Facebook Expands Parental Leave After Mark Zuckerberg’s Plans Wall Street Journal

A Lot Of Americans Support Paternity Leave And Companies Are Stepping Up HuffPost Biz 

How America Fails New Parents -- and Their Babies TED Talks

All Combat Roles Now Open to Women, Defense Secretary Says NY Times

In Historic Decision, Pentagon Chief Opens All Jobs in Combat Units to Women Washington Post

Amy Poehler and Tina Fey: When Leaning In, Laughing Matters NY Times

After Soccer, Abby Wambach Wants to Tackle Gender Inequality Fortune

Emma Watson Shuts Down Fear Of The Word "Feminist" Bustle

Why Women Make Great Chief Operating Officers Fortune

Exclusive: Hillary Clinton Pens Billboard Essay for Women in Music Issue, Pays Tribute to Honorees Billboard 

Fast-Forward Girls 2015 Goldieblox

Leading Across Cultures Is More Complicated for Women Harvard Business Review

Surprise: Mondays Aren't the Most Stressful day of the Week-- According to Millennials Inc.

The First Woman Of Women: How Melinda Gates Became The World's Most Powerful Advocate For Women Forbes

Sallie Krawcheck Explains How She Got Over Not Being Liked by Everyone Business Insider

Does the Wage Gap Start in Kindergarten? Forbes

Photo: Facebook, via Agence France- Press, Getty Images


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