11:30 am, March 5th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Ordering in food to the office, in our case, means we were either too lazy to bring something in, or it’s raining and we don’t want to trek it to the deli across the street. We’ll usually end up with some $10 Chinese food lunch special and call it a day. On Wall Street, it’s a little different. Like, “I just scammed a $90 surf and turf meal that I didn’t pay for” kind of different.
6:45 pm, March 2nd | by Hillary Reinsberg
Bo Obama. Wearing bunny ears. Surrounded by Easter Eggs. Just try not to click.
5:30 pm, March 2nd | by Hillary Reinsberg
It’s been a rocky road for Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, and yesterday’s release of the company’s Q4 earnings report didn’t help matters much.
3:30 pm, March 2nd | by Hillary Reinsberg
Maine Senator Olympia Snowe announced this week that at age 65, she wouldn’t be seeking re-election, having become fed up with what she called a “dysfunctional” situation in Washington. Snowe’s a real veteran Washington insider — she was first elected to the House of Representatives in the 1970s has served in Senate since 1995, and was the First Lady of Maine for 6 years — and she seems to be yearning for the way things were. So it seemed only fitting to dig into the archives for some great vintage photos of the retiring politician.
12:45 pm, March 2nd | by Hillary Reinsberg
Oprah Winfrey’s greatest asset is likely her astounding ability to connect with her devoted fans. Sometimes, that requires clawing.
10:45 am, March 2nd | by Aimee Groth, Business Insider
Maria Bartiromo was the first person to regularly report from the New York Stock Exchange, and is now one of the most respected financial journalists in the world.
But she’s had to fight her way to become a fixture on CNBC and within the industry.
We recently had the opportunity to talk with Maria about how she broke into the Old Boys’ Club, and how at the end of the day, it’s really about being at the top of your game.
6:50 pm, March 1st | by Hillary Reinsberg
This week, AOL and PBS launched “Makers,” a website that will feature short documentaries on pioneering women in America. We chatted with AOL’s Chief Marketing Officer Maureen Sullivan, a driving force behind the project, about what Makers is all about.
6:19 pm, March 1st | by Hillary Reinsberg
Do you share your best online purchases on Pinterest but make sure not to post an embarrassing Facebook status update about purchasing new underwear? You probably do, a study says. And online retailers should take note!
4:30 pm, March 1st | by Hillary Reinsberg
Dane Cook, the comedian whose lines from standup routines are plastered on frat guys’ Facebook “quotes” section, has a new show! He’ll co-star in a “gender” comedy about a radio host who shares the air with a feminist. Cook’s macho character will apparently be less than a fan of his lady co-worker.
10:47 am, March 1st | by Hillary Reinsberg
About a month ago, we broke the news that Wall Street Journal on-air star Kelly Evans was moving over to CNBC. Today, she made her debut appearance. She talked about…the dentist.