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2015 Women In Business & Industry Out Today!

The 2015 Women In Business & IndustryThe 2015 edition of Women In Business & Industry is live and ready for viewing. Inside we interview Maren Donovan, CEO of Zirtual; the best towns for your startup venture; the few but best-rated women-friendly tech companies; we talk to Teresa Briggs on gender diversity at Deloitte LLP; and more. Check it out today!

Women in the Workforce - Women Owned Businesses

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Women are certainly making their mark in the workforce, and the number of female chief executive officers is growing all the time. There are also many financial benefits available for women owned businesses. It appears that while there is still a discrepancy between talent and opportunity for women, things are improving all the time. 

Bloomberg Businessweek posed the question in...

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Wage Gap Widens for Women in Poverty

Years ago I was sitting at my sister’s kitchen table listening to ideas for naming the family’s newly adopted female pup.  I challenged my young nieces to think about names of inspirational women they had studied in school; Anne Frank and Rosa Parks gained the top two spots.

The conversation continued on to women leaders, the working world and career choices.  When I mentioned that women get paid less than men...

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Women in Investment Banking

Author Zachary CohenWhile the past decades have seen a great advancement in the field of gender equality in the workplace, the title of James Brown’s classic song “It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World” still rings true when it comes to investment banking. Still, women have a lot to offer to the job and it seems that despite lagging behind other industries, Wall Street has finally started to realize it too.  

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Women in Leadership

Women are 47 percent of the U.S. labor force, and 59 percent of the college-educated, entry-level workforce. They earn almost 60 percent of undergraduate degrees and 60 percent of all master’s degrees with more than 44 percent of the master’s degrees in business and management, including 37 percent of MBAs. Though these figures illustrate that women have the education to qualify for executive-level positions they are...

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