Want to move your work life ahead—on your own terms? Nina Malkin reports on an innovative professional platform that’s making that happen—and the women who created it.
There are plenty of women smashing glass ceilings, but where’s their “good ol’ boys club”? Chief, a women’s business group, is helping women rise.
After a job layoff, Dawn Raffel did something scary: She went back to square one and learned a whole new profession. Here’s how it unfolded.
This summer, when you’re savoring a flavorful gin drink (recipes below), raise a glass to Lesley Gracie, a slightly eccentric British woman who has brought new flavors and excitement to a conventional spirit.
As jobs are lost to robots, scanners, automated kiosks and the like, Anna Jensen takes an inventory of what we’re losing. We humans need to stick together!
Moving on from her career in marketing, she’s determined to help those out in the dating trenches. Tiffany Connolly finds out how a new business was born.
Lori Lightfoot is African American and openly gay, and she’s sending a strong message of inclusivity. Meet the woman who aims to give Chicago a rebirth.
Ever wondered what it would be like if you could have your current wisdom when you were a lot younger? So did Pamela Redmond—and it became a hit TV show.
A midlife business reinvention finds a fantastic foodie path to empowering immigrants.
Captain Wendy Rexon has not just one, but two daughters who pilot jets with her at Delta Airlines. How cool is that?
In this age of photoshop and surgery, do we ever need to show our real selves? Candy Schulman considers the options as she updates her headshot—and comes to a big decision.
Just because you’re getting up in years doesn’t mean you can’t make sh*t happen. Let Karen Shafer—office worker, trucker in Antarctica, and a supporter of both the arts and the environment—show you the way.
Who knew? Introverts and women like us may have advantages when it comes to working professional contacts. Laura Fraser explains it all.
Terry Haward felt like she was good friends with her colleagues. Until one telling moment when she realized she could never be part of their crowd.
What a journey: From stay-at-home mom to Houston officer.
As if any kind of ageism is okay! But here’s a study worth knowing about.
If you’ve ever watched ‘Say Yes to the Dress,’ you’ll be amazed by the woman who saved Kleinfeld Bridal. Eileen Stukane captures the incredible story of ambition and career reinvention.
We’re filling more of the new opportunities out there, says the latest research.
IBM is laying off people over the age of 40 in droves. They claim it’s a matter of skills, not age—but is age discrimination really at play here?
From sexism to (ridiculously) small desks, she overcame it all and rose from underdog to top dog. Sheila Weller explores why this dynamo is the perfect person for the job.