UN Women and representatives from major companies came together for the Global Innovation Coalition for Change to devise solutions to empower girls in technology and innovation.
Artificial intelligence apps like Alexa are improving the way we use technology, but they’re also revealing the pervasiveness of sexism in the process.
Artist Janie Korn employs old-school claymation and stop-motion techniques, a hands-on art form that defies the challenges often associated with a lack of CGI training.
Brooklyn Shoe Space founder Keiko Hirosue makes more than shoes; she makes a safe space for female artisans.
By the time the Team page on your website is 10 white guys with beards and a dog, you’ve created a company culture that underrepresented groups are going to be wary of joining.
Women-led businesses and womenpreneurs are forging a powerful path in America’s economic growth.
Bulletin founders Alana Branston and Ali Kriegsman curate the coolest items on the internet, while giving emerging brands a lean way into the retail space.
While “fast fashion” is partly to blame for the poor working conditions experienced by female garment workers, women are also the ones pioneering the sustainable fashion alternative.
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.
Recognizing the fact that women typically orgasm half as often as men, one company is creating sex toys focused on female pleasure.
Ladies Get Paid co-founder Claire Wasserman started a grassroots movement to educate women about the pay gap and advocate for equal pay.
The possibility of extra cash enticed me, but sort of like a whisper, came a singular thought: These stories will become heirlooms.
“I like doing weird things with electronics and I like other people to be creative and do strange things,” says Fabienne “fbz” Serierre, a 37-year-old hardware hacker and the founder of mathematical…