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Leadership, Lifestyle

Hollywood’s Most Famous Divorce Attorney Is Bringing Her Services to the Masses

After a storied career representing clients like Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Garner, Laura Wasser launches her services nationwide.

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Leadership, Lifestyle

What Every Woman Should Know: Preparing For The Scary What-ifs

When Chanel Reynolds lost her husband, she wasn't prepared for the fallout. In her new book, she shares how—from wills to money to insurance—to prepare for the worst.

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Leadership

A Call For Financial Feminism

For International Women’s Day, let's embrace a new way to support women: Invest in them.

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Issues, Leadership

Tech of the Town: FinTech Gets Personal

We explore the next wave of companies reshaping our financial future.

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Issues, Leadership

Financial Strategies at Every Age

Our collective and cultural discomfort with the topic of money can lend itself to missed opportunity. Here are a few ways you can stay on top of your money game, at any age.

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Issues, Leadership

The Truth About Money

Growing up, writer Ashley C. Ford's family had a complicated relationship with money. Here, she shares what that meant then and what it means now.

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Issues, Leadership

Bitcoin: A Leaderless Movement

Often overlooked in the hype of cryptocurrency is one fundamental and enlivening truth: the nature of this innovation favors the understanding and contribution of women.

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Sallie Krawcheck, CEO and Co-Founder of Ellevest

Issues, Leadership, The Helm

Sallie Krawcheck of Ellevest: Her Fight To Close the Gender Investing Gap

Sallie Krawcheck, CEO and Co-Founder of Ellevest, gets candid about financial feminism, failure and how the patriarchy is keeping women down.

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Issues, Leadership, The Helm

Women, Money, and Power: An Historical Timeline

Sorry, Ben Franklin... Mary Kies, Florence Kelley, Frances Perkins and Janet Yellen are just a few of the pioneers who have helped shape our financial and cultural lives. Here, award-winning American historian Alexis Coe & Illustrator Alessandra Genualdo shed light on their contributions.

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