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Tory Burch: Women Should be as Ambitious as Men
Burch, speaking at "Entrepreneurship, Power and Leadership, says women entrepreneurs should find their passion and be just as ambitious as men. She founded the Tory Burch fashion label in 2004 and now her clothing line is carried in more than 800 stores worldwide. She also heads the Tory Burch Foundation, which offers mentorship opportunities to women entrepreneurs and provides micro-loans to women-owned businesses.
Stanford Graduate School of Business, January 15, 2013
At Elite B-Schools, the Gender Wage Gap Grows
Exclusive new research from Bloomberg Businessweek has found that the pay gap among graduates of elite business schools, virtually non-existent a decade ago, is widening. Female MBA graduates from the class of 2012 at the University of Pennsylvania¹s Wharton School earned 86 cents on the dollar, while those at Stanford University earned 79 cents.
Bloomberg Businessweek, December 11, 2012
Women: Get What You Deserve With These Winning Strategies!
As companies become more sensitive to the various demands placed on women who want both a career and a family, many changes are taking place in the job market. business2community.com, November 30, 2012v
Seeing Through the Glass Ceiling
Do women favor structural or meritocratic explanations for how they reach corporate success?
The Clayman Institue, November 5, 2012
Rare Breed: Feminist Economist
Professor Myra Strober honored for professional women's advocacy and mentorship. Gender News, October 15, 2012
"The Happiness Business"
The founder of Stella & Dot discusses leadership, emotional intelligence, and an "angel in a cowboy hat."
Stanford GSB News, September 24, 2012
Why Women Still Can’t Have It All
Can women in position of power manage to be both mothers and top professionals if they aren't superhuman, rich, or self-employed? Anne-Marie Slaughter shares what she thinks needs to change if there is to be equal opportunity for all women. Atlantic Monthly, June/August 2012