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Get Your CEO On—and Out

We spoke to Halley Bock, 41, CEO of Fierce, Inc., a leadership development and training company in Seattle, about how she found the CEO within.I joined my mother's company in 2006 as COO—I was a numbers and spreadsheet person. Mom was known for...

What Women Care About in 2012

With such a tight election, both presidential candidates are campaigning hard for women’s votes.  But what are women’s issues? Once again pundits fill the airwaves with stereotypically female issues such as abortion and contraception. Certainly...

Building Momentum

I’ve been thinking about the role of confidence in being able to create the results you want—financial, lifestyle, anything.  There are only about 10,000 books on this topic. But in light of the shifting role of women (read any Hanna Rosin or...

Your Earnings Outlook: Improved

Today's employment data is good news for job hunters. The jobless rate dropped to 7.8%, the lowest it's been since early 2009. If you're looking for work, now you need reliable salary data for your target job, so you can negotiate the best...

A Better Way to Ask for More

Imagine that you’re an executive, and you learn that a guy who’s a rung or two lower is earning more. You’re pissed. If your goal is to get a raise for yourself, don’t complain to your boss that it’s unfair, says Hanna Rosin, author of “The End...

How to Look Like A CEO

For most of my life, I didn’t have to take my image too seriously. My hippie-jock self found comfort in ponytails and flip-flops. And that was fine while I worked as a programmer who lived behind a computer. But my company, DailyWorth, is...

A Letter to Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer

Marissa, At 37, you've opted to become CEO of struggling tech giant Yahoo. And you’re seven months pregnant. With a Master's degree in computer science from Stanford, you don’t need anyone's advice on efficiency planning or systems engineering....

How to Max Your A.M. Energy

Whenever you read about powerhouse people, they always seem to have some kind of annoying pre-dawn routine. Turns out those early birds are onto something, according to Laura Vanderkam’s snappy new e-book, “What the Most Successful People Do...

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