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Meg Fry

About the Breaking Glass Blog

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 megf@njbiz.com.

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One N.J. firm honored as 'gold standard' by Women in Law Empowerment Forum

Men and women should be paid the same for the same amount of work.

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'Nasty' women and their friends fight back through hashtags, web domains

I attended Women Entrepreneurship Week at Montclair State University on the same day the third presidential debate aired.

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Ever experienced unwanted advances or 'locker room talk' at work? NJBIZ would like to hear from you

In light of the recent controversy surrounding remarks made by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, NJBIZ wants to hear from you.

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Crisis manager Karen Kessler has strong words about Trump and vulgarity

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.

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Businesswomen's organization bringing services to Mercer families affected by domestic, sexual violence

New Jersey's newest chapter of the Business Women Networking Involving Charity & Education nonprofit is set to launch Monday.

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Politics aside, Trump exemplified misogyny at debate while Clinton kept her cool

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...

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As women gain control of wealth, it is vital for them to know how to handle it, Carol Stillwell says

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.

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Female health care leaders find women are making inroads as execs in Korea

It was September 2001 when Barri Blauvelt and other female leaders in the health care industry were poised to host their first-ever Women in High Places event in Bernardsville. Then 9/11 happened.

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Lessons for young women from a Red Bulls success story

Djenaba Parker finds her unique attributes help her to stand out in a male-dominated sports industry.

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'Equity' shows Hollywood that women can produce, lead in a strong, complex film

One year after it began filming, the movie “Equity” has grown beyond the production team's wildest dreams.

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