2:30 pm, July 16th | by Laura Donovan
First Jill Abramson, now Margaret Sullivan. Almost a year after Abramson became the first female to serve as New York Times executive editor, Sullivan of the Buffalo News became the Gray Lady’s first female public editor.
2:00 pm, December 25th | by Hillary Reinsberg
The Tinkle Target. The Beverage Barricade. The Toilet Paper Saver. The “baby straightjacket.” Meet your newest “Mom inventions.” We’re not the most domestic ladies around town, but we’re impressed by one woman’s idea to become a kind of fairy godmother to the world of Momtrepreneurs.
2:41 pm, December 22nd | by Hillary Reinsberg
As Hollywood would have it, working women spend hours primping, powdering and hair ironing, all with expensive products, while even the most powerful men simply slather on some Gillette and perhaps whatever old hair gel has been sitting in the medicine cabinet for years. Suddenly, says The New York Times, guys are concerned with being “professional.”