One of the most crucial elements of any high-tech start-up's survival -- much less evolution -- is the money backing the enterprise. Is it 'smart money?' Is it 'patient money?' Is it 'connected money?'
The recent firestorm regarding Beyonce's promotional imagery leaves me baffled. The entire hubbub about Mrs. Knowles-Carter and her whitetification seems misplaced, especially in the Post Michael Jackson Era.
Women account for 75 percent of the agricultural producers in sub-Saharan Africa, but the majority of women farmers are living on only $1.25 per day, according to researchers from the Worldwatch Institute.
Imagine working for one of the most successful beauty companies in the world and imagine choosing to give it all up at the height of the financial crisis. A risky move, one that handbag designer Dareen Hakim says it was all worth it.
The Women of Worth program is L'Oreal's annual grassroots initiative that recognizes incredible women from all across the country who are organizing, volunteering and making a difference in their communities.
Watching the television as the 25 year war in Sri Lanka was announced as having finally reached its dénouement, I was struck again by one of the truly great horrors of life in Asia. The very bad male jet black hair dye job.