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Women in Business

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos Appoints First Female Tech Advisor

Maria Renz was recently appointed technical adviser to Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos, making her the first female to hold this coveted position. Read More »

Study Finds Children of Working Mothers Benefit Later in Life

New mothers are often left to choose between balancing family and career, or staying home full-time. Read More »

The Women Behind Rodarte Go Hollywood

Fashion designers and founders of the Rodarte label, Kate and Laura Mulleavy, are going from runway to red carpet, announcing their latest partnership: filmmaking. Read More »

Angela Ahrendts is the Highest-Paid Woman in the US

After being named vice president of Apple’s retail and online stores, Angela Ahrendts earned $82.4 million in 2014, making her the highest-paid woman in the U.S., Read More »

Yahoo's Marissa Mayer Is the Highest Paid Female CEO

Equal pay for equal work has been an ongoing battle for decades. However, it seems that the gender gap between female and male CEOs is beginning to narrow. Read More »

How This British Entrepreneur Found Happiness After Hitting Her Lowest Point

The path to British entrepreneur Michelle Mone’s success was far from simple. Read More »

7 Things You Never Knew About Arianna Huffington

Today is Arianna's 64th birthday. We celebrate with a few surprising facts that set Arianna apart. Read More »

White House Summit: MAKERS Talk Women in Leadership

Today, we've put together a video of MAKERS' ideas on women in leadership. Read More »

Forbes Announces the World's 100 Most Powerful Women

Today Forbes released its World's 100 Most Powerful Women list. Topping the list, were German Chancellor Angela Merkel (No. 1), Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen (No. 2), and philanthropist Melinda Gates (No. 3).  Read More »

Burberry's Angela Ahrendts to start at Apple this week

Angela Ahrendts is the Burberry CEO who revitalized the hundred-year old fashion house, nearly tripling revenues, according to Forbes. Read More »

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