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A Challenge for Sheryl Sandberg

Sheryl, It's clear you're committed to a world with more women in power. And I agree with your advice to women to "lean in" to our careers, our potential and our ambition. So, I was perplexed to read in the TIME magazine cover story that when it...

Protect Your Online Rep

Admit it, you Google yourself—and you should. Other people are probably searching for you right this second—friends, potential employees, clients, partners—and it’s wise to know what information is popping up. But instead of searching for...

From One CEO Mom to Another

Some of Yahoo!'s employees are furious their new CEO Marissa Mayer just banned working from home.  The idea that Mayer is denying some employees the convenience of telecommuting—when she apparently built a nursery in her office to accommodate her...

Job Help for Older Alums

A few years have gone by since you last visited your college career center, practicing interview skills and combing through job listings.   OK, maybe it’s been longer than a few. No matter: Your alma mater could turn out to be a smart resource for...

Finding Your Perfect Tax Pro

Choosing the right professional to handle your taxes is not unlike finding the perfect shoe. You’re looking for comfort and the right amount of support. You’re trying to match both your lifestyle and your budget. So how do you find a tax preparer...

The Dirty Word for Women

“I think women should be just as ambitious as men, and be proud of it,” fashion designer Tory Burch, who became a billionaire less than a decade after founding her eponymous company, recently told Stanford business school. She was talking...

Ace the Interview—Without Saying a Word

You’ve put so much effort into landing this interview, what’s the final touch that will help you nail an offer? In many cases, it boils down to what you don’t say,” asserts Joe Navarro (@Navarrotells), a business consultant, former FBI agent and...

Improve Your Career Without Switching Jobs

Everyone wants to love their job, but most people don’t. Good news: you can boost your job satisfaction (and possibly your pay grade) simply by tailoring your existing job to fit you better.Do more of what you want... Think about the work you...

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