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|Archived Since:||February 24, 2011|
Introducing a jump-starter, a tech connector and a clothes curator.
For the Millennial set, a full Outlook calendar has replaced the sports car as the new status symbol. Time isn’t just money, it’s the Jaguar, the Birkin bag and the private jet all rolled into one. Have no time? Honey, you’ve arrive...
The YEC's Scott Gerber says without data, traditional mentoring can't inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs. He's got just the tool to fix the problem.
For many women taking workplace advice from Sheryl Sandberg, who made $30 million in 2011, is like taking budget shopping advice from Gwyneth Paltrow's GOOP--where a $471 Stella McCartney dress is a top-pick.
How Ann Romney, Chris Christie formally declared war for the women’s vote in Election 2012.
A new study has identified a gene in women that is responsible for happiness. The correlation does not exist in men. According to research by the, scientists have found a link between a specific gene and women’s likeliness to self-report happiness. The gene, known as monoamine oxidase A (MAOA), determines how the brain processes [...]
It's been said that rowers have the best career prospects of all Olympic athletes. We went to the source to find out.
Over the last few years Yahoo! CEO Mayer has been investing in promising startups that illustrate her wide-ranging interests as well as her throw weight in Silicon Valley.
The question “where are the women in tech” could be the unofficial drumbeat of women’s business journalism, particularly over the past twelve months. At the world Economic Forum in Davos, a party co-hosted by and Ernst & Young brought together 20 2011 Power Women and still business media bemoaned the gender inequity of the conference. [...]
For the second year running, three of the top five women on FORBES list of the world’s 100 most powerful women are politicians.
All of the female entertainers considered for the 2012 list of the World’s Most Powerful Women all have an additional hyphenate (philanthropists, activist, entrepreneur) that gives credit to the breadth of their impact around the gl...
These are the women whose outspokenness, determination and refusal to compromise made the world shut up and pay attention in 2012.
Who will climb the ranks to become next year's most powerful woman in the world? Here, 12 women we're watching for 2013.
This week, amid reports that $15.9 billion man had daughter Alexa ’s Twitter account deactivated over security distress, I’m grappling with my own concern: should the very privileged rich be barred from social networking for their own good? Because the hashtag #RKOI (rich kids of instagram, for the uninitiated) is making me feel murderous. Christ. [...]
A 21-page federal complaint filed in May made headlines this week alleging that Secretary of Homeland (FORBES No. 15 Most Powerful Woman in the World) has been discriminating against male employees of the department in favor of female cronies. According to the NY Daily News, “blistering federal discrimination suit accuses agency honcho Janet Napolitano of [...]
It’s no surprise that the employee benefits of are among the best in the land—free haircuts, gourmet food, on-site doctors and high-tech “cleansing” toilets are among the most talked-about—but in a rare interview with Chief People Officer Lazlo Bock I discovered that the latest perk for Googlers extends into the afterlife. “This might sound ridiculous,” [...]
fa·vor·it·ism/?f?v(?)ri?tiz?m/: noun; The practice of giving unfair preferential treatment to one person or group at the expense of another.
A new study suggests that—no matter how platonic you imagine a relationship may be—every man you know but aren’t related to is trying to sleep with you.
Excerpt from the 2012 title The Boy Kings: A Journey into the Heart of the Social Network, by Katherine Losse. This episode chronicles COO Sheryl Sandberg's first days with Facebook.
Katherine Losse, former Facebook staffer and author of 'The Boy Kings' takes us inside Palo Alto, from how Sheryl Sandberg changed the social network forever to the decision to cash out pre-IPO.