11:00 am, April 5th | by Rebecca Srulowitz
Kirsten Gillibrand believes that a woman will become chief executive of a major bank before we have a female president.
12:16 pm, December 15th | by Amy Tennery
A CNBC column today attempted to “explain why so many young women leave the Street.” It was a little weird.
10:00 am, December 5th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Earlier this Fall, the so-called “junior women” at one of New York’s top investment banks were invited to a networking event at Saks Fifth Avenue. The event began, as many such events do, with a panel of the bank’s “senior women,” who dispensed helpful, albeit oft-repeated career advice. And then, it turned into a fashion show.
Models strutted down a makeshift runway, sporting “work appropriate attire.” The options, of course, were available for purchase afterwards.