Actress Eva Mendes has opened up about where she gets inspiration for her coveted fashion line, and how she balances life as a working mom, admitting that “I just struggle like every other working mother.” Mendes, 44, is celebrating five years of designing her own clothing line for New York &…

“I have a 2-year-old and a 4-year-old now,” the actress said in an interview with ABC News’ Kayna Whitworth. “Sometimes it’s just a challenge to get dressed, so I brought in the tees.”Read this article: Eva Mendes discusses finding ‘balance’ as a working mom

Four participants in Rent the Runway’s accelerator, Project Entrepreneur, discuss how being connected to women mentors and cohorts gave them hope for the future, and a roadmap to growth.

“Numerous studies have confirmed what many female entrepreneurs already know: Running a business is hard, and running one as a woman is harder. Research has long shown that women struggle more than men to access startup and growth capital, achieve work/life balance, and push past fears of failure.”Read this article: How 4 Women Entrepreneurs Saved […]

Corporate America’s quarterly earnings calls are dominated by men, who talk more often and speak longer than women, according to new research.

“In a study of more than 155,000 company conference calls over the past 19 years, Prattle found that men spoke 92 percent of the time. That’s partly because male executives and analysts far outnumber women in those roles. It’s also because men just talk more.”Read this article: Men speak 92 percent of the time on […]

She’s a multi-talented woman with ambition.

“Lyndsey Scott is an incredibly accomplished coder. She’s ranked as a top iOS responder on Stack Overlow, has recorded coding tutorials for, and is a member of the “prestigious iOS tutorial team at” She also happens to be a Victoria’s Secret model.”Read this article: Victoria’s Secret Model Gets Trolled For Saying She Can […]

Sick of male-dominated coworking spaces but unable to grow her company only working with women, Amy Nelson created The Riveter, a feminist alternative built for everyone.

“I was going to these classes, walking into these coworking spaces, and I was like, wait a second, like if coworking is the future, then why does it still look like a frat house? Because it really did, to me,” she said.Read this article: If co-working is the future, then it shouldn’t look like a […]

Intensive mothering is redefining what it means to be a good parent and putting more pressure on parents to provide lavish experiences for their kids and causing even more stress for already overworked parents.

“While spending time with my girls, I’ve checked emails more times than I care to admit. I distinctly remember looking down at my phone and tapping away when my daughter grabbed my face and turned it towards her so she could tell me something. She had been trying to get my attention for a few […]

Labor Day isn’t just the unofficial-official end of summer: the reason it’s a holiday is to celebrate American workers, from freelancers to factory workers, and to remember how far we’ve come in the search for a safe and equitable working…

“My unsolicited advice to women in the workplace is this: When faced with sexism, or ageism, or lookism, or even really aggressive Buddhism, ask yourself the following question: ‘Is this person in between me and what I want to do?’ If the answer is no, ignore it and move on. Your energy is better used […]

The author of ‘Nevertheless, She Persisted’ says there’s a troubling double standard

“Throughout my career, I have been labeled as aggressive. At first, I thought this was a positive description of my performance. I took it to mean that I was a go-getter and that my colleagues and managers appreciated that I had a mind of my own. Born and raised in India, I grew up surrounded […]