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.
President Obama's State of the Union address did something smart, but not entirely unexpected, on Tuesday.
As someone who has always loved the movies (so much so that I went to work in them), I have always treated the Academy Awards as my Superbowl — I’ve thrown red carpet events, invited people over to watch it on T.V. while sipping...
I was a pretty disinterested student early on. Until about 14, school was something I did between playing guitar and watching Monty Python routines to the point of memorization.
Fun fact: A lot of early computing professionals — those who pioneered the young industry in the 1960's and 1970's — were women.
Fact: Tina Fey and Amy Poehler — beloved comedic actresses now over the age of 40 — hosted the 72nd Golden Globes for the third time Sunday evening.
Adenah Bayoh, Irvington-based IHOP franchisee and real estate developer, has been named to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York's Small Business and Agricultural Advisory Council.
Based on most news stories we heard last year, it would suffice to say 2014 was once again a challenging year for women in business.
Running away to Europe is probably not the first thing on any new mother's mind.
By and large, the implications from the Sony hack have been unnerving, unsavory and straight-up damning. Aside from completely eradicating lifelong careers, healthy egos and positive public images, the hackers also recently threatened actual...
Even with little to no experience in politics whatsoever — as skilled at debate I may be — the Women's Political Caucus of New Jersey is one organization that every person with a vested interest in women's issues should learn more about.