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More people think women are intelligent and compassionate than they did 70 years ago, with complicated implications for gender equality in the US.
Meghan Markle has been branded ‘difficult’ by tabloids. It’s the same sexism that demonizes driven women in the workplace.
Tabloids reported that Meghan Markle is known among palace staff as "duchess difficult." People often characterize women with ambition as bossy divas.
I got a tour of a swanky clubhouse in NYC’s Tribeca, where members pay up to $8,000 a year to network with high-level execs. The space was beaut...
Chief is a new private network that focuses on mentorship for aspiring or current women executives. Take a look inside its Tribeca clubhouse.
A whopping 92% of working Singaporeans are stressed – and women are prioritising families over themselves, study finds
Singaporean women say that their sources of stress are personal finance, too much work and personal health.
Female CEOs are paying up to $8,000 for executive coaching sessions in a swanky new NYC ‘clubhouse’ — and there’s already a 3,...
Chief, an exclusive private network for aspiring or current women executives that focuses on mentorship, launched on Tuesday.
CEO explains why gender parity is a necessity and how executives can help achieve it
Chris Sacca will be a featured guest at Salesforce’s annual conference — just months after being accused of inappropriate behavior
Salesforce is welcoming Sacca, whose denied the allegation, to the conference, arguing he can be part of the solution to sexism.
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki praised Netflix CEO Reed Hastings for making gender diversity a priority.
8 out of 10 software engineering jobs are still going to men … and that’s a big improvement for women
New research from LinkedIn hows some definite progress for women in tech (as well as other industries). But it also had a few sad, depressing stats.
‘Once, a client asked me to sit on his lap’: Powerful women tell stories of men misbehaving in Silicon Valley
In a survey, 200 female Silicon Valley CxOs, founders, and VCs recounted some amazingly bad behavior.