Spurred by mass shootings—and heeding the voices of many customers and employees—the companies seek to curb the presence of firearms in their stores
While companies strive to create that connection, research shows that some workers can get carried away
Rite Aid’s Heyward Donigan rises to the drug chain’s top job, but is that a ‘glass cliff’ she’s facing?
As privacy heats up as a political issue, government agencies start to reign in the major internet platforms
The triumphant U.S. women’s team backs up its demand for equality with a historic performance
In an emerging pattern of employee demonstrations, Wayfair workers object to the sale of furniture for migrant shelters along the border
Today, we’re having more impactful conversations than ever about how to make workplaces truly gender equal. In the midst of those conversations, though, it’s important to take a moment to highlight which companies are currently doing right by their female talent. And who better to identify those best-in-class workplaces than the women who work there?
In West Africa, cocoa farms typically employ teenagers to do the hard work of harvesting the raw ingredients in our sweets
The #MeToo movement and higher standards of behavior have spurred corporate boards to act decisively
At the Techonomy NYC 19 conference, experts explored the upsides and the downsides of our digital economy