Jackie De La Rosa writes, "When I first started working in the entrepreneurship community in Boston, I had very few connections. I had recently moved from Florida to attend law school and knew about 10 people in the Greater Boston area—and none of them had started a company or invested in one.
Matthew Schneier writes, "Mary Beard, silver-haired and red-shod, was seated in front of a packed house at Lincoln Center one recent Thursday morning, addressing an annual conference called the Women in the World Summit. Ms. Beard, a professor at the University of Cambridge and the author of
Chris Matthews writes, "Alexander Hamilton finally won a duel. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew is set to announce that the face of Hamilton, the nation’s first Treasury Secretary, will remain on the face of the $10 bill, according to a report in Politico. Instead, Lew will replace Andrew Jackson on
Reshma Saujani writes, "How many of you failed on your way to getting to where you are now? How many of you are better for it? Me, too. In my journey as the founder and CEO of Girls Who Code, I’ve learned that embracing imperfection is critical for professional development. Let me give you an
Elena Cresci writes, "This time last year, Transport for London launched a hard-hitting campaign against sexual assault and harassment on its services. Accompanied by a harrowing video of a woman experiencing sexual assault on the Tube, the campaign urged anyone who experienced unwanted sexual be