Leadership

From Cabernets to Chardonnays, Alyssa Rapp loves wine. While serving as copresident of the wine club at Stanford, where she earned her MBA, the young entrepreneur decided to parlay her passion into a career. “I realized something seismic was happening in the wine industry, with...

When Meredith Moore started her new job in 2006, “there was a lot of excitement from family and friends,” she says—which was new. After all, her previous jobs had been in finance. “In finance, when you try to explain what you do, people just say...

Dr. Maya Angelou lives in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, in a sunny yellow house that is as colorful on the inside as it is on the outside, much like the woman herself. Paintings and flowers and more than 5,000 books fill her home—and her mind, too....

As the economy globalizes, companies want to make sure that their message is clear—whether their customers are in Beijing or Baden-Baden....

Three years ago, Shaherose Charania left Vancouver for Silicon Valley with two backpacks and no job contacts, just a passion for making a difference in technology. Now, at age 27, she’s doing exactly that as co-founder of Women 2.0, a networking group aiming to increase...

Whether your skin color is red, brown, white, or yellow, it’s your time to stake your claim in American corporations. Whether you are a woman who was raised with a silver spoon placed lovingly between her lips, or you’re returning to work after having a baby...

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