As it currently stands, less than 20 percent of U.S. Congress members are women. In New Jersey, women fare slightly better, with nearly 30 percent representation in both the state Senate and Assembly.
Great Hera! A new era of female-driven (and -directed) films may be upon us after “Wonder Woman” generated an impressive $100.5 million in opening weekend domestic sales, earning the title of the largest-ever debut for a female-directed...
One felt a push from her boss. Another, from the transformation of her industry. The last … by her age.
Dr. Rachana Kulkarni, managing partner and cardiologist at Medicor Cardiology and chair of the department of medicine at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, Somerset, was recognized for her work in creating awareness on women’s heart...
Walker’s Legacy Foundation, a Washington, D.C.-based organization committed to creating entrepreneurial programming for businesswomen of color, will begin its “Moms Who Hustle” program in Newark this week.
For the first time, Rutgers Business School will have a woman holding an endowed chair, it announced Monday.
Daryl Rand said she has been working on an upcoming, innovative, three-day event for nearly a year.
Fox News is once again troubled by allegations of sexual harassment, and its parent company, 21st Century Fox, has opened an investigation into the most recent ones against Bill O’Reilly, host of “The O’Reilly Factor.”
Diane Raver was living in the south of France when she and her husband, award-winning cinematographer M. Carroll Raver, went to Cannes for some coffee.
Some women are participating in Wednesday's national strike entitled "A Day Without a Woman." Some are attending women-focused events all over the world. And some women — especially those who are part of all-female staffs — are finding...
Johnson & Johnson, Prudential Financial and Merck have been named to the 2017 National Association for Female Executives’ Top 60 Companies for Executive Women.
As both a woman and a women in business reporter, I made a few observations while attending the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce's 80th annual Walk to Washington and Congressional Dinner last week at the Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, D.C.
Karen Schloss Diaz, founding partner of diaz • schloss communications, a boutique public relations firm in Montclair, participated in The Women's March on Washington, D.C., last Saturday.
President Obama effectively delivered a call to action on Tuesday as he gave his farewell address in Chicago.
More than a dozen women pursuing graduate degrees at universities in New Jersey were honored with scholarships from the Executive Women of New Jersey at the organization's annual scholarship dinner last week.
Small business owners have quite the weekend ahead of them.
Hillary Clinton was the first female presidential nominee of a major political party in the United States.
Executive Women of New Jersey released a public statement last Thursday regarding the outcome of the presidential election.
For companies struggling to hire women and minorities, the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness has a suggestion: stop reading names, genders, addresses and races of the applicants.
Men and women should be paid the same for the same amount of work.
I attended Women Entrepreneurship Week at Montclair State University on the same day the third presidential debate aired.
In light of the recent controversy surrounding remarks made by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, NJBIZ wants to hear from you.
Karen Kessler, principal and co-founder of Evergreen Partners in Warren, has spent more than 20 years as head of the communications division of the boutique public relations and event-planning firm.
New Jersey's newest chapter of the Business Women Networking Involving Charity & Education nonprofit is set to launch Monday.
In her opening statement Monday night, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton — the first woman in history to actively participate in a presidential debate — declared that pressing issues such as equal pay, paid family leave, earned...
Carol Stillwell, CEO and president of Stillwell-Hansen — a manufacturer's representative in Edison — represents the fastest-growing segment of the wealthy class in the Garden State: women.