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Choose actual tech women, not a first daughter who has been riding her father's coattails, critics complain.
Dr. Jeffrey Sachs talks to HuffPost Live about America's wealth disparity.
When Your Brown Body is a White Wonderland Tressie McMillan Cottom, tressiemc.com Cottom sets aside discussions about the
It is one of the biggest workplace taboos -- asking your co-workers how much they earn. But companies and their employees are beginning to break down the salary sharing walls. What are the pros and cons to a more open workplace environment?
Rachel Sklar's biggest career regret was not asking for a raise she deserved. When she consulted a colleague on whether or not to ask for a raise during a bad economy, he told her not to -- that she was "lucky to have a job at all."
At a September 17th event sponsored by Citibank and Marie Claire, The Li.st's Rachel Sklar, Drybar's Alli Webb and the NFL's
The question of how to interest more women in technology fields is one of the most important questions facing us today, for many reasons.
I packed up my office. I received my last paycheck. At my goodbye party, numerous drunken lawyers wished me well and told me how lucky I was. And brave. (Is it brave if you don't yet realize just how hard it is to be broke?)
On Sunday, October 21st, Buzzfeed.com's Ben Smith moderated a panel on social media and the new political landscape featuring New York Times Media Reporter Brian Stelter, Changetheratio.com founder Rachel Sklar and journalism legend Dan Rather.