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New research shows that companies led by women are still behind their male counterparts.In recent years, the number of women-owned businesses has grown. Women now own 30% of all U.S. businesses, according to the U.S. Census Bureau's November report. While those businesses generate $1.2 trillion sales a year, many still struggle with financial...

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theGRIO REPORT - Nigerian philanthropist, fashion designer and oil tycoon Folorunsho Alakija was recently on Forbes' list of Africa's 40 richest people......

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The inspiration behind Kellee Khalil’s online service came from her own experience helping plan her sister’s wedding.  “There was no central place online to search for inspiring ideas, retailers or vendors” said Ms. Khalil. “Google is not focused. There’s an overwhelming amount of content for brides. That gave me the idea to build a vertical search...

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Tuesday, 06 November 2012 08:00

How Successful Women Lead

Two authors look beyond the stereotypes to examine the research-based evidence about the leadership traits women possess. (Psst: They lead straight to success.)In the era of post-post-feminism, let's just admit it: Men and women are--or at least can be--different in certain ways. And some of those ways show up at the workplace. Some even show up...

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A new report shows that women soldiers-turned-entrepreneurs face several hurdles to achieving business growth.When it comes to self-employment, women veterans revealed in a recent survey that they struggle to grow their businesses.Of the 800 respondents (all female veterans who own businesses), 46% said they do not have structured business plans...

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