11:30 am, January 30th | by Sarah Devlin
Global power-conference Davos ended this past Sunday (Charlize was there! Plus a whole bunch of other important and powerful women). The conference, while nominally dedicated to focusing on global economic issues, is also seen by many as an opportunity to track changes in the serious gender imbalance at the top levels of most of the world’s corporations.
12:30 pm, January 28th | by Colette McIntyre
“Anyone at Davos who as a girl was called bossy? If you got to Davos, you were that. I was.”
6:36 pm, March 5th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Davos. TED. SXSW. Attendance at conferences still sounds prestigious (and fun). But do they have a point?
2:57 pm, February 2nd | by Amy Tennery
So our JetBlue points don’t carry us to Davos-Klosters, Switzerland. But we do know someone who did make it to the annual World Economic Forum this year, Fox Business’ Liz Claman. After a lively gathering of Fortune 500ers in parkas, Claman has all the behind-the-scenes dirt. Who was the Davos standout star? What was everyone saying about Facebook’s IPO? How many women actually got to participate? Read on for answers.
10:18 am, January 27th | by Hillary Reinsberg
IMF director Christine Lagarde’s sons told her to join Facebook. We learned this and more during a conversation between Lagarde and Sandberg at Davos.
11:49 am, January 25th | by Hillary Reinsberg
There may not be too many women at Davos, but the ones who did make it are getting together for an all-star event. We wonder what they’ll talk about.