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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
I was doing my morning coffee and news feed routine at my dining room table Sunday when my interest was piqued by the most unlikely genre of internet article to illicit such a response: the obligatory retrospective, especially one covering such a...
Gibbons P.C. in Newark and Lowenstein Sandler in Roseland were named yesterday as 2015 “50 Best Law Firms for Women" by Working Mother Media and Flex-Time Lawyers.
I thought that my production experience in the film and television industry would translate with ease when I volunteered to be a theatrical stage manager in my community.
This Oct. 20, women in business from New Jersey and New York will travel to India for a week as part of the “Friends of India” mission — a vision Daryl Harrison Rand, CEO and president of HarrisonRand Advertising in Guttenberg, had...
Wayne-based One Horn Transportation, a trucking and logistics services company, was named one of the 50 Fastest Growing Women-Owned Companies for the fourth consecutive year by The Women Presidents' Organization in May.
Here’s a perfect example of how easy it is to overlook the persistent and problematic gender gap ...
I was surprised to read a Huffington Post article this morning demanding that Emma Stone apologize for accepting her role in Cameron Crowe’s new film, “Aloha.”
I recently had an interaction that mirrored one of my favorite books, “Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance.”
With Caitlyn Jenner's Variety cover, the transgender community is (finally) receiving a lot of visibility and, despite a few groups of expected deriders, the response has been generally positive and supportive.
According to BloombergBusiness, Hollywood hasn't released a notable female-led film set on Wall Street since Mike Nichols' 1988 comedy “Working Girl,” starring Melanie Griffith and Sigourney Weaver.