Gretchen Carlson writes, “Last week, the #MeToo movement got a wake up call from the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Epic Systems Corp v. Lewis. The ruling allows companies to make forced arbitration a condition of employment, and prohibits workers from taking collective legal action against employer
Erin Mulvaney writes, “A New York attorney representing a skydiving company is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a landmark ruling that said employers can’t discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation, marking the latest front on a contentious question that has divided federal appeals co
Polina Marinova writes, “Melinda Gates needs no introduction.
She has been the co-chair of The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for 18 years. Now, she has quietly entered the venture capital world by investing in female-led or minority-focused venture firms like Aspect Ventures, Female Founders Fund
Marcia Coyle writes, “The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday sidestepped—at least for now—a challenge to Arkansas restrictions on medication abortions that an appellate court, led by potential Trump U.S. Supreme Court nominee Raymond Gruender, refused to block.
Monica Rodriguez writes, “Last November, on her last day working at Snapchat, a former software engineer sent out a memo criticizing the company’s culture to her roughly 1,300 colleagues within the engineering department.
In her email, Shannon Lubetich hinted at Snapchat’s failure to adequately pro