Men could learn a lot from women about building strong customer relationships. Here are three things we learned from women business owners that could help all entrepreneurs increase their success.
After four decades leading the magazine publishing world -- even earning the title "First Lady of American Magazines" -- and a brief stint as Chancellor of New York City Schools, no one would disparage Cathie Black for slowing down and enjoying a quieter life. Quite the contrary -- she's starting something new.
What is happening in the below picture captures what most of us really think when we see or hear that someone is engaged -- and it is great.
Women's issues are American economic issues. Especially when we are talking about women's actual economic issues. Which exist in droves.
A new City Council proposal meant to solidify organized labor's role in local development projects will effectively bar minority- and women-owned businesses from competing for contracts and create new barriers to employment for many residents.
We teach our students to think for themselves and to express their opinions. We also ask that they recognize other points of view.
Only a few years ago, Jessica Hile, Jenette Stadnik, Natalie Akers and Julia Kelly were STEM girls; now in college they continue to explore their interests. Jessica is in her junior year and is majoring in biodiversity and conservation biology.
Don't apologize for your edge or your curves, your sharpness or your softness, your sass or your sweetness. You came here to write your own rules, not the ones your mother passed down to you.
This year, my husband and I called a family meeting and put $10,000 on the dining room table. We told the kids, "This money is yours, but it comes with some guidelines. The lump sum will go to charities of your choosing."
I often felt stuck in the notion that I was a bad mother for feeling this way. After all, didn't I have the life every mother would want? How would I ever figure this out when I was a young mom and was guided by what the society I grew up in dictated?
Women are doing better in today's economy. They still face major headwinds but their unemployment rate is significantly lower than men's and they have...
In the United States, women fill fewer than 17 percent of leadership positions and corporate board seats -- even though we represent about 50 percent of the workforce. So, is it possible for today's woman to break through these barriers?
With more than 75 percent of the population living in rural areas, farming comprises up to 75 percent of Tanzania's workforce and farming while heavily pregnant has lead to considerable cause for alarm in the realm of maternal health.
We have a lot to work out as a community. If we can't discuss a two-minute video set to a Jay Z song, how can we expect to resolve the more serious issues plaguing our community, sometimes to tragic consequences?
We are part of a wider movement that is changing the tide of the conversation away from blame and shame toward practical healing with quantifiable value.
Recently, after a trip from a New York City Persian restaurant Elena realized she had she could use to make a delicious and healthy meal for four.