“Women Crash Wednesdays”: Every Wednesday, I will host a Q&A with a prominent businesswoman in the state and tweet it out using the hashtag #njbizwcw.
Sixty-one percent of working Americans said that they did not have enough time to do the things they wanted in a December Gallup poll. However, according to Laura Vanderkam, author of “The Busy Person’s Lies” in the New York Times...
I'm sure a number of you are over the Kelly Ripa “drama” by now. But therein lies the problem.
Four New Jersey women will be honored by The Manufacturing Institute in Washington, D.C., this week at the fourth annual STEP Ahead Awards.
Daryl Rand, CEO and president of HarrisonRand Advertising in Guttenberg, has much to celebrate this year in regards to a vision she had more than 10 years ago: Friends of India.
As No. 33 on the NJBIZ Power 100 list this year, and as one of the four female CEOs in New Jersey running one of the state's top companies, Denise Morrison — CEO and president of Campbell Soup Company in Camden — certainly knows more...
State Sen. Loretta Weinberg wasn't waiting on the media to include more women in their power lists.
The annual NJBIZ Best 50 Women in Business awards ceremony gives our publication a chance to honor some of the top female business leaders in New Jersey. It also gives them a chance to help the next generation follow in their footsteps.
Artech Information System's co-founder and CEO Ranjini Poddar knows firsthand the challenges of being an executive woman of color in the male-dominated tech business community.
On March 1, the Small Business Administration sent out a celebratory press release regarding a milestone for women-owned businesses: For the first time ever, women-owned businesses have been awarded a total of 5 percent of government contracts.
Bayshore Recycling — a collection of six recycling operations in the Keasbey section of Woodbridge — is certainly making history with its successful environmental impact in the state.
Many a Jersey girl has made American history. Yes — we've got actresses such as Meryl Streep, athletes such as Carli Lloyd and musicians such as Dionne Warwick to brag about — but New Jersey has also been a place for historical women to...