Small businesses have been called the “real economy.” But compared to their corporate competitors, most have struggled to secure enough aid to stay afloat through the pandemic.
Black, Latinx, Asian, and Native women are the fastest growing segment of the American workforce—and they are changing a system that has continually failed them.
If it's legislation Obama enacted, No. 45 will destroy it—especially if it means hurting women and people of color the most.
Procter & Gamble's ad about the dialogue parents have with their Black kids about racism would be a triumph if it didn't reek so much of opportunism.
The abuse suffered by David Dao on United is sadly neither unique to the carrier or the passenger. But will the airline industry ever change its ways?
Brands have a long tradition of exploiting social-justice movements to hock their products—but do their campaigns undermine activists' power?
DAME’s Friendkeeper advises a woman whose BFFs have priced her out of group activities and helps a businesswoman negotiate with a pal involved in a Ponzi scheme.
On Women’s Entrepreneurship Day, we celebrate the female innovators who’ve been influencing the culture for centuries—and our ever-expanding role in the future of the global economy.
An Arizona pastor is frothing over the coffee chain’s newly designed holiday cup with a nasty social-media campaign. Which this Christmas-loving Christian writer finds deeply offensive.
Toxic hair products—including hair relaxers and the Brazilian blowout—have been making salon workers sick for years. With no regulation required, stylists are forced to save themselves.