Health tracking apps for women are on the rise, like Ida Tin’s “Clue,” an app that allows women to track their periods.
LearnVest Founder Alexa von Tobel on economic security and the psychology of money.
From New York City to London, jewelry designer Tarra Rosenbaum has traveled the globe finding nature-based inspiration for her handcrafted pieces.
Yael Alkalay, the female entrepreneur who founded natural beauty product company Red Flower, believes that calm is her greatest strength.
For filmmaker Serena Dykman, “NANA” is even more than a Holocaust documentary: it’s a family exploration and a political call to action.
Recognizing the fact that women typically orgasm half as often as men, one company is creating sex toys focused on female pleasure.
For Danielle Florio, co-founder of tutoring company City Smarts, her students are the reason she gets out of bed every day.
Ladies Get Paid co-founder Claire Wasserman started a grassroots movement to educate women about the pay gap and advocate for equal pay.
In 1903, Elizabeth Magie filed a patent for The Landlord’s Game. The game had two sets of rules: one where players were rewarded when they bought up property and destroyed the competition, and one where players created shared wealth.
The possibility of extra cash enticed me, but sort of like a whisper, came a singular thought: These stories will become heirlooms.
Female sommelier Marie Vayron’s love for wine has taken her from Paris to New York. It’s a common misconception that joining the family business stems from some sort of personal inertia.
Speed Rack’s Ivy Mix is one of those women who comes to mind when you think of the phrase “powerhouse.” She is an artist, in addition to owning one cocktail bar, tending another one and co-founding an international women’s bartending competition, which raises money for breast cancer research. Mix talked to AWT about achieving the right balance of work, play and YOLO.
Less than a fourth of individuals holding the esteemed title of Master Sommelier are women, and less than 15 percent of lead winemakers in California are female. Among these women is Nan Helgeland, owner of Martian Ranch and Vineyard …
Sid is standing on the shoulders of brazen, sex-loving giants. Please wouldn’t be there at all if not for the early pioneers who, starting in the 1970s, established the women’s sex toy industry as we know it, shattering many of the myths surrounding female sexuality along the way.