10:05 am, January 31st | by Amy Tennery
The new “Women For Rick Santorum” fake campaign ad may be among the most wickedly funny parodies to come out of the GOP race so far.
8:30 am, January 31st | by Amy Tennery
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg addressed an audience at Davos last week, where she noted the hurdles that women executives face — at WEF and everyday. She also argued that women in power need to get over being ‘likable’: “Little girls are called bossy. Anyone at Davos who as a girl was called bossy? If you got to Davos you were that. I was. Success and likeability are positively correlated for men and negatively correlated for women.”
7:00 pm, January 30th | by Amy Tennery
Need more reasons to invest in women? A fascinating piece today from Newsweek (a must-read) shows why women entrepreneurs are essential to the global economy. And it invokes a statement from Secretary of State Hillary Clinton that’s eminently repeatable: “There is no doubt that the increasing numbers of women in the economy… has helped fuel significant growth everywhere. And economies that are making the shift more effectively and rapidly are dramatically outperforming those that have not.”
6:37 pm, January 30th | by Hillary Reinsberg
We know you’re all for supporting equal wages for women, but tell us now, what are your thoughts on equal pay for canines?
6:15 pm, January 30th | by Hillary Reinsberg
EOD Monday is full of all sorts of antics. Miss Piggy goes political, Batman wears stilettos, a cosmetic company pays an inordinate amount for prime real estate, and…something about pork chops.
5:41 pm, January 30th | by Amy Tennery
Looks like CNBC is making a valuable hire, a reliable source tells The Jane Dough. Kelly Evans, a star reporter at the Wall Street Journal (and media darling, dubbed by some “The Next Money Honey”) is moving to CNBC, according to an industry insider.
4:31 pm, January 30th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Remember the days when every little business thought it needed a fancy little blog of its own? Those days are over. Blogs: out. Facebook: in.
3:42 pm, January 30th | by Amy Tennery
A Rolling Stones museum in northern Germany had the totally and completely hilarious idea to install a set of urinals in its men’s room shaped like the band’s iconic “lips” logo. Unfortunately, the urinals ended up looking more like women’s mouths than anything else. Oh dear.
2:24 pm, January 30th | by Hillary Reinsberg
And we are not just referring to his collection of ex-wives.
12:44 pm, January 30th | by Hillary Reinsberg
A new “covert surveillance” study has revealed the unthinkable: women are better at parking cars.