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Influential Women Discuss How to Fearlessly Navigate the Business World

The business world has woken up to the idea of female leadership. We hear dozens of success stories about powerful and influential women, from household names like Oprah Winfrey and Susan Wojcicki, to startup founders like Katrina Lake and Tracy Lawrence.  Yet powerful women are often judged more harshly compared to their male peers. Yale …

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There Are More Female CEOs than Ever, and Many of Them Are in Retail

In a year especially hard on many working women, the corporate world can hail one major milestone: A record 41 female CEOs are slated to be soon running Fortune 500 companies. The Tuesday appointment of Lauren Hobart as the new chief executive of Dick’s Sporting Goods Inc. brings the number of women running the biggest …

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How to Reconnect Rural and Urban America

As it was in 2016, so it is again in 2020: A central axis of national-election results is the rural-urban gulf. Larger cities—really, conurbations of any sort—mainly went for Joe Biden. Donald Trump’s major strength was in the smallest cities and in rural areas. Obviously there has been more to Donald Trump’s power than purely …

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We Need Election Results Everyone Can Believe In. Here’s How

Since 2008, partisan distrust of presidential election results has been substantial. In 2016, only 43 percent of Democrats believed that the election was free and fair; now, only 30 percent of Republicans do. Each party’s supporters are more likely to believe that the vote was free and fair if they won, and those on the …

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Germany Will Require Companies to Put Women Executives on Their Boards

Germany’s coalition government has agreed to a mandatory quota for women on the boards of listed companies in what’s being hailed as a landmark moment for Europe’s biggest economy. Listed companies with management boards of more than three executives must appoint at least one woman to the C-suite, according to a statement Friday by Germany’s …

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