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On Forbes 100th anniversary, we asked legendary art director Roger Black to evaluate a century of the magazine's logos.
From mansplaining sexism in the workplace to leaning in, a brief history of women in the pages of Forbes.
Mike Cagney, CEO of personal finance company Social Finance Inc., will be stepping down immediately following sexual harassment allegations, rather than at the end of the year as previously announced.
Three former employees of Google have filed a class action lawsuit against the internet giant, alleging a pattern of discrimination against women workers, including systemically lower pay than their male counterparts.
Carrot Fertility aims to help all companies, regardless of size, offer employees affordable fertility benefits in line with what they might expect at Facebook and Apple.
"Certain male-dominated startups have developed an unchecked arrogance with a laser focus on growth and financial success while ignoring workplace regulations," reads the suit.
In the two years since a jury found in favor of Kleiner Perkins, Pao has watched women come forward on the record and allege sexual harassment at VC firms. The difference: today, the press and public seem to believe them.
The social media billionaire is one of many Silicon Valley bold-faced names to express public support for DACA in recent days, including Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff, Bill Gates, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki, and Laurene Powell Jobs.
"What they have said is that they thought this was 'burdensome,'" said Fatima Goss Graves, who leads the National Women's Law Center. "That language has been used to halt all progress on civil rights -- it's not a new term."
"I'm not seeing that they're doing anything to make it better for women in this industry," said Bryant of her decision. "This is a nice, shiny initiative that makes it seem right."
We're seeking nominations for the 2018 class of Forbes' 30 Under 30 in retail and e-commerce. Who will be changing the way we shop, both online and off, for the next 30 years?
Match Group, the umbrella company which owns Bumble competitors including Match.com, Tinder, and OKCupid, made its approach about two months ago, according to sources familiar with the conversation.
The Lethal Weapon star, a longtime social justice advocate, will focus on ensuring African-American and Latinx hosts are "taking advantage of the economic opportunity of hosting on the Airbnb platform."
As the world's biggest tech companies take a stand against racist hate speech in the wake of neo-Nazi violence in Charlottesville, Va., Google has removed social network Gab -- a favorite of the alt-right -- from its Play Store.
Less than a year after her first high-profile company filed for bankruptcy, Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso has raised $1.2 million to grow a media brand named after her bestselling 2014 memoir.
The self-proclaimed "world's most genocidal Republican website" moved to a Russian domain and a.Ru web address on Wednesday morning. By Wednesday afternoon, the site was already down.
Twitter users are both welcoming GoDaddy's move, and wondering why it took a post attacking a murdered woman to prompt action.
Since his firing from Google, engineer James Damore has been on something of a media tour, starting with figures popular among the alt-right, the fringe conservative movement that jumped to his defense this week.
A planned class-action suit will draw on a Department of Labor's analysis which found between six and seven standard deviations between wage rates of men and women based on a snapshot of the salaries of 21,000 workers at Google's Mountain View headquarters.
Modern Fertility aims to democratize and simplify fertility testing by offering $149 at-home tests and an easy-to-understand score that includes mapping a woman's ovarian reserve -- that is, how many eggs she has left.