6:16 pm, November 30th | by Hillary Reinsberg
We interrupt our regularly scheduled ladies’ programming to bring you some news about the boys: in China, men are spending way more on their wardrobes than women are.
2:00 pm, November 30th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Time Inc. has recruited a new chief executive: digital advertising honcho Laura Lang.
9:53 am, November 30th | by Amy Tennery
After Virginia Rometty was named the CEO of IBM (effective January 1, 2012), a lot of people described her as “one of the most powerful women in business.” And rightly so — she’s the first female CEO at the company and, subsequently, a huge power player in tech.
One publication has another term to describe her, however: “lipstick geek.” Hmm.
6:00 pm, November 29th | by Hillary Reinsberg
If you’re gunning for the corner office, you don’t need to go to an Ivy League school or join the military. Phew. But you’d better speak a few other languages. Oh, also, you might want to consider being a man. No big.
5:45 pm, November 29th | by Amy Tennery
And now, the latest theory on why men hold more business leadership positions than women: men are more likely to harbor delusions of grandeur. Whoa my goodness.
3:02 pm, November 29th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Men have the golf course, the poker room, the pool table…and women have…networking groups? That stinks!
11:16 am, November 29th | by Amy Tennery
Over the last week you may have noticed some changes here at Mogulite — and now we are preparing to make it official.
6:46 pm, November 28th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Louis C.K. — you probably know him as the hilarious comedian with the HBO show and the funny standup routines. But Louis, the champion of women leading the business world? On the whole, his insights tend to be pretty on point, so go ahead, Louis, we’re listening.
6:09 pm, November 28th | by Amy Tennery
EOD Monday: We read a Katie Couric-Donald Trump rumor that’s borderline fanfic, spotted a $60,000 online “deal” you won’t believe and had creepy fun with stock photos. Onward!
3:05 pm, November 28th | by Hillary Reinsberg
At this point, we don’t need to be convinced that having women represented on company boards is a good thing. But mandating quotas in the U.S.? It’s a bad idea.