Lisa DeLuca, who just happens to be the most prolific female inventor in all of IBM's history, a famous TED talk speaker, and published author, traded in her heels and business suit for a baby carrier during the final day of the IBM InterConnect Conference.
CORRECTION: This story previously stated that Eden Full had graduated from Princeton. Full has verified that while she has
"This is a Man's World" may have been the long-running theme song of our capital markets for decades, but when it comes to the investment field, women are singing a different tune. And companies may want to learn the lyrics.
The Solar-Heated Home Monopoly Mary Anderson thought up the windshield wiper out of necessity in 1903. During a road trip
When it comes right down to it, how innovative are women really being? Have we really advanced or is the era of the mompreneur a new spin on Tupperware parties and selling Avon?