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The fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs in the U.S.? Minority women.

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Across all ethnicities, the number of women-owned firms is increasing faster than the number of men-owned businesses. It has never been a better time to be a female entrepreneur. At least that’s what… Continue reading

WWD Interviews Glamour Editor-in-Chief Cindi Leive

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Cindi Leive is Glamour magazine’s editor in chief, a role she has held since 2001. Under Leive, Glamour runs its Women of the Year awards, one of Condé Nast’s marquee events that celebrates… Continue reading

Meet The Women Challenging The Media And Tech Establishments

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Female journalists are launching their own media ventures that could rewrite how the industry produces and funds content. Not many journalists would leave a high-profile job at one of America’s most storied newspapers… Continue reading

Supporting The Growth Of Women In Tech – 5 Critical Steps From Angie Ruan, PayPal Retail Engineering Head

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There’s been so much bandied about today about how to support the growth of women in technology fields, and also a great deal of attention on how high-tech companies are notorious for pushing… Continue reading

At The Harvard Innovation Lab Half Of The Great Ideas Come From Women

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No doubt you know how little venture capital funding goes to female founders, in part because so few VCs are women. And that women are less likely to start companies, less likely to… Continue reading

Powerful Women Empowering Women Fall Fashion Show ft. Denise Hajjar

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Join us for our annual Powerful Women Empowering Women Fall Fashion Show featuring the looks of local Boston designer, Denise Hajjar, on Tuesday, September 29th at the Royale Night Club.  Tickets are on… Continue reading

Tips for Boston Women in Business with Big Ideas

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What are the barriers facing women in Boston’s innovation ecosystem? How can you best pitch your ideas? And what are the keys to success? These questions were discussed at the September 16 Women’s Network Breakfast… Continue reading

Gender Wage Gap Narrows for New Women College Grads: Fed Research

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The wage gap between recent male and female college graduates is narrowing and, in some cases, even reversing, but that those earnings gains by women dissipate the longer they remain in the workforce,… Continue reading

Ambitious Women Deserve Our Praise, Not Our Disdain

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No one with ambition has come under fire more than Hillary Clinton. As early as 2006, a survey by The New York Observer found a “virtual cottage industry” of anti-Clinton literature. Her political… Continue reading

Why I Couldn’t Have Achieved This Success In My 20s

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The most innovative and entrepreneurial people are probably older than you think. Despite the headlines touting the latest college dropout founding a mega tech company, science says that more great achievements have been… Continue reading