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Investing in women is key to ending sexual harassment—in finance and elsewhere.
You’ve seen the ad, right? Yes, that ad. The one in which a husband gave a wife a Peloton for Christmas, taped herself on her year-long Peloton journey...
That sound you heard last week was some wailing and gnashing of teeth over a Harvard Business Review (HBR) article on some new research.
Last weekend’s Wall Street Journal featured an article titled, “A Good Man Is Getting Even Harder To Find."
When will we start seeing women running companies that cater not just to women? But also to men?
I recently had the opportunity to talk to four members of the US Women’s National Soccer Team and I’m still fan-girling.
I want to like autumn. I really do. Low humidity, cooler days. The excitement of back-to-school. Changing leaves. Pumpkin spice. Sweater weather.
Welp … it’s that time of year. The nights are getting a little chillier, the garden is starting to droop a bit, school has started … and pumpkin spice lattes just hit the shelves.
We are in the midst of a robust national conversation about gender. We're talking about the shifting roles and expectations of men and women, and whether the U.S. is "ready" for a female president.
So when do we get that quiet, boring August? So much going on. So much. And so far, August has been the most volatile month of the year in the equity markets.
Knowing that diversity is a desirable objective, if you have two candidates for a board role and the white male is the “better” candidate, which one should you choose?”