Tina Brown

The 2016 Democratic nominee called out the Trump White House's "most outrageous" policy on Tina Brown's "TBD" podcast.
The New York Times reports how Harvey Weinstein’s network of enablers, from journalists to his own employees, helped hide his decades of sexual harassment and assault.
Dev Patel plays Saroo Brierley all grown up in Australia. It's a stretch because the boy is so tiny, you have to believe
Here are my top examples of the exceptional women in this world playing the "women card" and inspiring the rest of us.
Here are the Top 10 lessons I've learned from our daring pack in The Girls' Lounge that I shared at the Women in the World Summit:
La Grenouille experienced a British invasion yesterday for a lunch celebrating the film Far From the Madding Crowd, based on Thomas Hardy's beloved 19th century novel.
After my initial elation at the rise of conferences for women, I decided to dig deeper and check if anything substantive is being accomplished at these events. Or are women's conferences simply an excuse for a feel good work day away from the office?
Throughout generations and cultures, personal tales have long been an agent for transformation. Primarily because they contribute
Time to debunk the myth that journalists--those in a professional field, unlike law or medicine, where advanced degrees or adherence to established codes of conduct are not uniformly demanded--have a monopoly on deciding what's news and who is worthy of delivering it.
It seems fitting that as I look back on Moxie Media's year, I'm looking back on five of mine and commemorating the memories alongside The Huffington Post India's very first articles.
The biggest challenge for me on Queen Bee was to be on camera. I'm a behind the camera kind of girl, so to be on the other
Film audiences may flock to The Good Lie, a compelling drama because Reese Witherspoon is one of the stars, but they will fall in love with Arnold Oceng, Ger Duany, rapper Emmanuel Jal, and Kuoth Wiel.
Which other female leaders do you admire and why? There are the obvious leaders like Hillary Clinton for her commitment to
There will be bad bosses -- male and female. There will also be good bosses -- male and female. College graduates considering choosing a boss based on perception only serves to reinforce certain stereotypes.
Women in the World was not just a women's gathering, but a political rally for women. A cry of courage and forthrightness
While it's easy to get caught up in the famous names gracing the halls of the Women in the World Summit, the main attraction is how the event gives a voice to the voiceless.
At the Women In The World Summit, Hillary Clinton argues that the double standard continues to exist.
Al-Sharif explained that Saudi clerics believe allowing women to drive will lead to broken marriages, low birth rates and