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How Tender Greens CEO Denyelle Bruno Is Making Sure Women In Food Get Paid

Denyelle Bruno, CEO of fast-casual chain Tender Greens, want to shift the culture of the restaurant industry by creating gender parity on both sides of the house by having 50% of their staff be female by 2020.

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Best Buy's new female CEO will join a growing -- still minuscule -- club

In June, Corie Barry will become CEO of Best Buy, increasing the number of women CEOs at S&P 500 companies to 26.

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50 Women-Led Startups That Are Crushing Tech

For the second year in a row, only 2.2% of investor funding went to women-led startups. Here are 50 women-led startups who are pushing the frontiers of innovation.

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Walmart and the Push to Put Workers on Company Boards

A worker’s rights organization, United for Respect, presented to Congress and then to Walmart’s board the idea of adding hourly Walmart workers to its board, with full voting privileges.

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Power Of The Pack: Women Who Support Women Are More Successful

A study from Harvard Business Review suggests that a way for women to overcome hurdles they experience as they rise up into leadership, is to form close connections with other women who have been there, done that.

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Notre Dame coach Muffet McGraw drops the mic on the lack of women leaders in sports

Muffet McGraw has been the women’s basketball coach at Notre Dame for over 30 years, and she recently said she has no plans to hire a male coach at any point in the future. “Women need the opportunity. They deserve the opportunity.”

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8 Lessons on Building a Company People Enjoy Working For

Most companies operate on a set of policies: mandated vacation days, travel guidelines, standard work hours, annual goals. But what happens when a company looks less to control and more to trust? Patty McCord, the iconic former chief talent officer at Net

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We can't get rid of bias—but we can disrupt it by design

"Even though implicit bias has seeped into so much of the basic machinery of society, it’s possible to be creative in circumventing that bias."

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