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Sheer grit spurs women entrepreneurs, but supporting conditions are crucial for them to thrive, according to Mastercard's findings.
By having women flex their economic muscle, organizers hope to call attention to issues such as the gender pay gap and reproductive health services.
Women, youth and the elderly are the most prone to the disabling effects of depression.
The Women’s March announced the agenda for its planned strike on March 8, “a day where women feel empowered to take a stance on their value in the workplace.”
Davidson, president of U.S. specialty channels, shares her thoughts on effective leadership and the value of diversity for Kellogg.
In an interview, Winfrey said President Trump’s win made her rethink whether or not she could become President of the United States.
Our timeline of historic women’s achievements and detailed facts & figures serve as a year-round educational tool.
The company and CEO Travis Kalanick face controversy, again.
DiversityInc asked a political scientist and women’s studies professor her thoughts on the strike and on race in relation to the movement.
In recognition of American Heart Month, Kaiser Permanente lays out the facts about women and heart disease and how both sexes can keep their hearts healthy.
White women “had the strongest explicit attitudes that were negative. The significant bias is a challenge for Black women that has to be acknowledged."
On the Senate floor, Warren attempted to read Coretta Scott King’s 1986 letter opposing Jeff Sessions.
The company attempted to support pay equity but brought attention to its own board’s lack of diversity.
A Massachusetts businessman is facing hate crime charges for violence against an airport worker.
Angela Patterson offers her thoughts on how the CVS MinuteClinic can help close gaps in health care for women.
“We have to fight harder than we’ve ever fought before,” Jalila Bell, a women’s march attendee, told DiversityInc.
Civil rights, LGBT, women, disabilities, criminal justice reform, equal pay and climate change have all been removed from the White House website.
#WhyIMarch: Women’s March announced the list of speakers including Angela Davis, Gloria Steinem and Mothers of the Movement.
The number of women and minorities has slightly increased, and Congress remains overwhelmingly male and white — much like boardrooms in the U.S.
EY's Global Vice Chair of Industry Alison Kay offers insight.
Stayce Harris was recently honored by President Obama.
AT&T's Allison Roberts, president of the Women of Technology employee network, shares why it's important to attract and retain women in technology.
The nation would benefit from a "national museum dedicated to showcasing the historical experiences and impact of women in this country," the panel stated.