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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...

Executive Powers

You want to make that executive leap, you’re chomping at the bit. What do you need to get there? The 20-20 hindsight of these three power women, who seized the reins at the right moment.Jane Prokop Chief Operating Officer, Principis Capital  ...

Hire the Best

Job Candidate #17 has just entered your office and is now seated, all smiles, focused on you like a laser beam, eager to answer your interview questions.You’ve already read her resume and jotted down a few inquiries about her qualifications. After...

How She Rose to the Top

Whether you've started your own business or you’re part of a larger company, climbing the executive ladder requires both team spirit and certain entrepreneurial backbone. That’s what Anna Stern discovered when she decided to join Tri-North...

The Mystique of the Mean Girl

Mean girls get ahead. Nice girls don’t get rich. The bitch in the corner office. All those old clichés about women with power: Do they hold a grain of truth? Certainly, über-successful, nasty women dominate TV (hello, Kelly Cutrone), and one...

Breaking Free of My Golden Handcuffs

One survey found that more than two-thirds of workers have no plans to leave their job—yet nearly 60 percent say they're dissatisfied with it.    I was at my job for 10 years, and over time, my company’s culture became abusive; harassment was a...

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