Thomas Erdbrink writes, "A popular Iranian actress whose latest movie won two awards at the recent Cannes Film Festival threw her native country into an uproar on Tuesday after images emerged suggesting that she had a feminist tattoo on her arm. At a news conference on Monday celebrating the return
Jessica Kirkpatrick writes, "More than 20 years that have passed since the National Committee on Pay Equity first called for action on the gender wage gap. But not much has changed. Women continue to earn less than men, and research shows that women often have less successful salary negotiations
Heather Wood Rudulph writes, "Katrina Lake ditched plans to attend med school to instead pursue business. Then she left a successful career in venture capital to attend business school with the ambition of starting her own company. Lake founded Stitch Fix out of her apartment while still in school.
Belinda Luscombe writes, "As CEO, you steered GM through the safety recall and litigation over the ignition switches. Is there anything you would do differently now? There are always things you would change on the margin, but generally I’m very proud of the way we lived our values as we managed
Laura Collins-Hughes and Alexis Soloski write, "On Broadway, it has been a year of women: waitresses, shopgirls, concubines, Revolutionary sisters, a literary editor, a morphine addict and many victims of abuse. Is this cause for celebration or despair? Or pie? The musical 'Waitress' and the play