Last week, Hillary Clinton spoke at the Women in the World conference on the rights of women and girls. Read on for a recap of what she had to say about the “unfinished business” of advancing women not only around the world—but right here at home.
You’ve heard it before, but it bears repeating: Sitting all day is literally killing you. In fact, it’s the “smoking of our generation,” says exec Nilofer Merchant. Read on for her smart solution we can all adopt: walking meetings.
The Jane Doze is one of the most buzzed-about electronic music DJ duos of the year, but they’re also some of the most normal people you’ll ever meet. That’s because, until recently, they were cubicle dwellers like us. Read on for why they made the career transition.
Places to stay in Austin for SXSW have been sold out for months—or have they? If you’re looking for last-minute accommodations, turn to these new tech companies to help.
The Bearded Men of the Obama Tech Team have become famous in the tech world. And while the media tells a great story, it’s not accurate—because there are plenty of women on the team. Our tech columnist sat down with a few OFA staffers to learn more.
To demonstrate what it’s like to be judged for your looks before the quality of your work, journalist Leigh Alexander created “Objectify a Male Tech Writer Day.” But she also called it off. Here’s why—and why we need to keep talking about it anyway.
Former serial entrepreneur Nicole Glaros left the mountains of Boulder, Colorado, for the Concrete Jungle to head up TechStars NYC. We got the scoop on what it’s like running one of the hottest start-up incubators around.
In today’s digital world, discovery is the new search. And Matthias Garica is bringing that idea to music, with this innovative new company, Beastmode.
Before Facebook came around, it seemed a little weird to look someone up on the internet. But now, stalking your friends online has become so commonplace that there’s a new wave of tools popping up to help you do it better.