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Want to Run a Top Company? Study Science

More than 30 percent of the women on Fortune’s Most Powerful Women in Business list studied science for their undergraduate degree, including number one Ginni Rometty, Chairman and CEO of IBM. Read More »

Around the World, Girls Get Better Grades Than Boys

How boys are getting left behind. Read More »

This Mississippi Homecoming Queen Is Also a Varsity Football Player

She'll change from heels to cleats for the big game. Read More »

Happy Birthday Amy Poehler!

We're celebrating this funny woman by sharing her birthday wish and some of her classic moments over the years. Read More »

Chelsea Handler Is Blunt About the Price of Fame

Chelsea Handler doesn't dance around touchy subjects, and in her MAKERS interview, she got straight to the point. Read More »

Miss America: Standards of American Beauty Over the Years

How Miss America has evolved over the past 93 years, reflecting changing ideals on beauty and brains, style and scholarship. Read More »

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Jill Biden Asks, 'How Can You Have It All and Handle It All?'

Jill Biden has always figured out how to multitask. She got her master’s and doctorate degrees while both working and raising her children. Read More »

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The Woman Who Stood Up to Steve Jobs

Joanna Hoffman was the fifth person hired to the original Macintosh developer team in September 1980. As its only marketing person for more than a year, she wrote the first draft of its User Interface Guidelines. Read More »

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