Here's a different take: Women don't need to conform to a man's game to find success in the workplace, Sallie Krawcheck says.
By Sallie Krawcheck
Over the past 75 years, the racial gap in economic rank has narrowed sharply among men at the top of the earnings ladder, but changed very little among those at the middle and bottom.
By Making Sen$e Editor
It’s time that women get access to the full array of jobs in our economy and that they get paid what they are worth everywhere they work.
By Mary Babic and Barbara Gault
A pay gap persists between top-earning male and female actors, according to a new measurement by Forbes.
By Nana Adwoa Antwi-Boasiako
By Ariane Hegewisch
Earlier this week, Gov. Charlie Baker of Massachusetts signed an equal pay law that is the most comprehensive statutory attempt yet to address gender pay inequality in the country.
By Vikram Mansharamani
Achieving gender equality would unleash tremendous economic gains, potentially adding $4.3 trillion to America’s GDP by 2025.
By Nick Corcodilos
There is only one thing a woman should have to do to get paid as much as a man: her job.
Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence said she "failed as a negotiator" when leaked Sony emails revealed that she was paid less than her male "American Hustle" co-stars.
Could increasing the percentage of women on corporate boards have a trickle-down effect on the workforce? That's not the case when quotas, and later sanctions, are used to force businesses to invite more women to the boardroom.
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