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Meet 10 Women Behind Hillary Clinton’s 2016 Campaign

Hillary Clinton is making history, and she's not doing it alone. She wisely stacked her team with impressive women across the board  —  from media relations and technology to political strategists. Here are 10 ladies helping pave the way to the...

10 Fast Facts on Sarah Thomas, the First Female Referee in the NFL

Sarah Thomas is a big deal. As the first full-time female referee in NFL history, she just set a major precedent in professional sports. And while she's suddenly all over the headlines, according to her resume she's always been big news. Here are...

10 Men Who Are Having It All

It’s really hard to be a straight, white, able-bodied man these days. Despite advances in equal opportunity, men are still getting a bum deal when it comes to representation in corporate America and success in entrepreneurship ventures. Their...

What Your Desk Says About You

Desk presentation says everything about a person. Organization style, personal preferences, and professional circumstances abound in every mug of coffee you abandon (or immediately rush to the sink to wash). So what exactly do your pen alignment,...

10 Fast Facts on Jill Abramson, the First Female Executive Editor of the New York Times

Jill Abramson was the first female executive editor of The New York Times — and might just be getting started. Since leaving the Gray Lady, she’s been working on a new media company, specializing in long-form journalism (longer than a magazine...

7 Easy Budget Lunches to Bring to Work

Helen Gurley Brown, the illustrious editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan for 32 years, didn’t believe in shelling out money for work lunches. As a longtime secretary who worked her way up, she thought throwing away money on lukewarm sandwiches was a...

Don't Make These 10 Common Money Mistakes

As a DailyWorth editor, I’m often asked for financial advice. By everyone. When people know what I do for a living, they instantly want to show me their student loan statements. They want my opinion on their 401(k) contributions. They ask what...

10 Fast Facts About Ursula Burns, the First Black Female CEO of a Fortune 500 Company

Ursula Burns in now synonymous with history. When she was named CEO of Xerox, a company at which she had been employed for almost 30 years, she became the first black woman CEO of Fortune 500 company. Forbes named her the 22nd most powerful woman...

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