It's just like Sheryl Sandberg said: paid leave, affordable childcare would help achieve gender equality on a global level
Can you have it all? Women, particularly successful women, get asked that question all the time. But men hardly ever do. Sheryl Sandberg is a firm believer that this question does more harm than good. In an interview with Virgin founder Richard Branson and Bloomberg's Emily Chang, the Facebook COO was asked that very question. Show More Summary
Ellen Pao’s high-profile gender discrimination lawsuit has resonated with women across Silicon Valley and beyond -- including Sheryl Sandberg. In a recent interview with Virgin Group founder Richard Branson and Bloomberg, the Facebook...Show More Summary
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has received an endorsement from another prominent champion of women's rights: Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg. In an interview with Bloomberg Television Thursday, Sandberg...Show More Summary
Advertising (naturally), mobile, video and applications were the dominant themes during Facebook’s first-quarter-2015 earnings call Wednesday evening. Advertising Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg said during her opening remarks: Two new products we introduced this quarter are good examples of this. Show More Summary
Video is becoming an increasingly important component of Facebook revenue. Why you should pay attention to that.
Video views on Facebook are growing exponentially. Some 4 billion videos are watched on the platform every day, up from 3 billion in January, the company revealed in its Q1 earnings. Video ads on Facebook are growing ridiculously fast...Show More Summary
Women, stop trying to be perfect moms. Dads, it's OK to participate in the raising of your kids.
When you are one of the Valley's highest profile power couples, you have to have some rules. And for married couple Dave Goldberg and Sheryl Sandberg one rule is to "try not to talk about each other's stuff," Goldberg recently told Business Insider. Show More Summary
Under the Bus By Caroline Fredrickson THE NEW PRESS Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg encourages women to "lean in" and become leaders while former State Department official Anne-Marie Slaughter insists we "can't have it all." But what of women...Show More Summary
Below, Emily Nagoski, author of the book Come As You Are, squashes some age-old myths about getting it on. Sheryl Sandberg might quote a study that says couples who share chores have more sex, but then another study will show that when men do housework, they have less sex.
Dave Goldberg is half of one of Silicon Valley's most powerful couples. He's the CEO of uber successful Valley company SurveyMonkey, with an epic career that began in the Internet bubble days. And he's married to Sheryl Sandberg, the COO of Facebook. Show More Summary
Photo courtesy of Barnard College. Over the past few years, we've been hearing from Sheryl Sandberg about how, "Success and likability are positively correlated for men and negatively correlated for women." In other words - he's a boss, and she's a bitch. Show More Summary
Ahead of Equal Pay Day on April 14th, Levo League asked iconic women leaders on how to negotiate for better pay.
We sorted through the Facebook COO's plethora of speeches, interviews, and publications to showcase some of her best insights for entrepreneurs.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, the author of Lean In, has been outspoken about tech's miserable diversity numbers. In August, she told USA Today: " I also want to be clear that we are not on the path to get there. In tech, if women are 18% of the graduates, we are not getting to 50% of the jobs. Show More Summary
When you think about "gender equality," the first person who comes to mind probably isn’t LeBron James. That may be changing. James is part of Sheryl Sandberg’s recently launched #LeanInTogether, a campaign that advocates for couples sharing caregiving and breadwinning responsibilities.