AmEx’s BootCamp for Women Entrepreneurs

CEO BootCamp, designed to provide women with key tools for entrepreneurship—confidence, competence and connections—has been launched by American Express OPEN, the company’s small-business division. AmEx says it...

Is Business School A Waste for Women?

Women shouldn’t waste any of their prime earning years on business school, Laura Hemphill argues on The New Yorker’s Currency blog. An M.B.A. isn’t required, like law or medical degrees, she writes. Second, “it...

Women Entrepreneurs Will Change the World

Women entrepreneurs “embrace change more often than their male counterparts,” writes Vicki Donlan, a women’s business coach, on Huffington Post.com. She argues that women entrepreneurs will have a significant i...

Are Banking’s Most Powerful Women Really Powerful?

The most powerful women in banking may not have the most power. A New York Times article notes that only three of American Banker’s 11th annual ranking of the 25 “Most Powerful Women in Banking” hold the top sp...

Do Women Fail to Reach the Top or Just Lean Out?

Barnard College President Debora L. Spar asks why women’s rate of professional advance “has been slower—much, much slower than anyone really expected” since the days of the feminist revolution. Why has it happe...

Christine Quinn: Live the Way You Want

Afraid someone will speak ill of you if you’re too “aggressive”? Don’t sweat it, says New York City mayoral candidate Christine Quinn. In an interview with Refinery29, she was asked her advice for women who are...

How’d They Do That? Keys to Finding Investors

Finding a good mentor is the first step in finding investors, Amanda Steinberg, founder-CEO of DailyWorth.com tells Forbes writer Meghan Casserly. Steinberg is one of five successful female entrepreneurs whom C...