3:00 pm, March 29th | by Meredith Lepore
6:30 pm, March 22nd | by Colette McIntyre
In today’s EOD roundup, we needed The Atlantic’s proof that Ryan Gosling isn’t taking a break from acting like a hyperventilating person needs a paper bag. Call off the candlelit vigil, ladies — the forecast is hot with a 85 percent chance of Gosling.
4:30 pm, March 22nd | by Colette McIntyre
Warning: the journey we’re about to embark on is long and fraught with misogyny. Pack light, stay positive, and beware: here be men who believe “misandry” is a thing.
Female Bankers, Scientists, Entrepreneurs, Techies And The Olsen Twins Made Forbes ’30 Under 30′ List
10:30 am, December 20th | by Meredith Lepore
It’s been about a week since Forbes put out a list ranking rich and/or smart people so it was about time they did another one. Yesterday the highly anticipated second annual ’30 Under 30′ list came out. That’s right. These people are not only smart, powerful and possibly very rich but some of them haven’t even hit their late 20′s yet.
5:30 pm, December 19th | by Meredith Lepore
It has been an amazing year for Marissa Mayer and TIME Magazine knew it. In one week alone she made history, created controversy and challenged cultural norms. If that doesn’t make her qualified to be ‘TIME’s Person of the Year’, I don’t know what does.
7:25 pm, March 8th | by Hillary Reinsberg
LinkedIn routinely has “Hackdays,” where employees are allowed to work on special projects or try to throw together creative hacks. Essentially, a break from the regular routine. Now, they’re debuting a female-only version.
8:30 am, February 21st | by Hillary Reinsberg
11:00 am, February 5th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Mark Zuckerberg’s hoodie and flip flops look has been copied a million times over — and the geek-inspired anti-fashion statement has become the much-talked about signature look for the tech world’s startup guys. But what about the women?
3:20 pm, January 13th | by Hillary Reinsberg
As we’ve already told you, this week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas wasn’t exactly full of ladies — unless you count the “booth babe” variety. But look, we’re not interested in complaining about it. During the show, some female tech visionaries sat down to chat women in the industry. It’s well worth a watch.
12:48 pm, January 3rd | by Hillary Reinsberg
Fewer women rise to the top in science and engineering and fewer women graduate with degrees in science and engineering…why? It’s not the first time this question has been addressed, and it won’t be the last.