Lauren Tousignant writes, "Prince Alwaleed bin Talal has called for an end to Saudi Arabia’s ban on women driving, saying it’s hurting the country’s economy. 'Stop the debate,' he tweeted on Tuesday. 'It’s time for women to drive.'
Following the tweet, Alwaleed posted a four-page letter on his per
Clifton Leaf writes, "For Mark Bertolini, the turning point was the accident. It was the winter of 2004 and he’d been skiing with his daughter in Killington, Vermont, early one Saturday morning. They’d be doing what they called '10 by 10s'—10 top-to-bottom runs by 10 a.m. 'My daughter called to me
From the BBC: "The woman who has just been named the first female chief justice of Australia's High Court dropped out of school aged 15 in a bid for financial independence. Though later regretting the move, it was not long before Susan Kiefel found work as a receptionist in a Brisbane law firm. She
Kristen Bellstrom writes, "When it comes to motivating employees, it’s not all about the cold, hard cash—yes, really. In a panel discussion on Wednesday at Fortune Most Powerful Women Next Gen in Laguna Niguel, Calif., Jennifer Berrent, general counsel and chief culture officer of WeWork, shared so
Lara O'Reilly writes, "Silicon Valley Bank, a bank that offers a range of financial services tailored towards technology and life science businesses, is considering whether to remove names from job candidates' résumés in a bid to prevent unconscious bias from its recruiters. The bank has already un