Del Quentin Wilber writes, "As she confronts the toughest challenge of her career -- the spread of Islamic terrorism to the West -- U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch is drawing on her experience prosecuting a New York City street gang that left murder and mayhem in its wake. The Green Dragons
Valentina Zarya wrties, "As a rule, men out-earn women in the U.S., making about 77 cents for every dollar a man makes. Yet when it comes to the salaries of corporate finance leaders, it’s the men who have catching up to do.
A new study by executive compensation firm Equilar and the Associated Pres
Sallie Krawcheck writes, "2016 will be the year in which the forces of entrepreneurialism and feminism converge. Together, they will drive a long-wave, golden age of female entrepreneurship, which will be a positive for all of us: positive and empowering for the women who make the leap, good for the
Jennifer Reingold writes, "As a co-chair of Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summit and the editor of Fortune’s 50 Most Powerful Women in Business list, I spend a lot of time thinking about the lack of diversity at the top levels of Corporate America. My conclusion, sadly, is that while there are more
Laura Bassett writes, "A delegation of human rights experts from Poland, the United Kingdom and Costa Rica spent 10 days this month touring the United States so they can prepare a report on the nation's overall treatment of women. The three women, who lead a United Nations working group on