Meg Fry blogs about women in business. She tells their stories and details their successes while providing news, tips and helpful hints for the next generation. Contact Meg at email@example.com.
Nearly two weeks after (officially) announcing her candidacy, Hillary Clinton made her first campaign speech.
I'm a big fan of anyone who decides to Ellen-dance her way up to give a keynote speech.
Anybody with a Facebook account has no doubt heard of Humans of New York, a photoblog and bestselling book by photographer Brandon Stanton. The photo project does the unthinkable: It takes the characters New Yorkers pass with such frequency they...
Chances are, you’ve probably heard of Cheryl Rios by now.
Dress for Success Morris County will host its ninth annual “Transforming Lives” gala on April 23 at 6:30 p.m. at The Crystal Plaza in Livingston to raise funds and awareness for its mission.
It wasn't much of a surprise when Hillary Rodham Clinton announced she would seek presidency for a second time on Sunday. And it wasn't much of a secret before then, either.
If you receive print copies of NJBIZ, you might have noticed the journal used a lot of space over the past month highlighting the gender gap in the workplace. Sample (and abridged) reactions to that have ranged from “Right on!” to...
Last Friday, March 27, a jury ruled against one of four claims filed by Ellen Pao that alleged her former employer, the venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, had discriminated against her based on her gender.
Once upon a time, I was an assistant to several in the film and television industry: producers, directors, actors, you name it.
If you’re all for transparency in the workplace (and especially if you’re a woman, you should be), this is news you’re going to want to closely follow.