women on wall street

Forcing or pressuring companies to promote women based on anything other than merit is simply a different form of prejudice. There's also no point unless there are substantive changes in company policy and corporate culture.
“Oh, really? Are you hitting me with a sexist line right there? Let’s just have a time out right there,” she said, teeing
Muriel Siebert was seriously awesome. The "first lady of Wall Street" wasn't going to let a little sexism get in the way
Sallie Krawcheck, owner of 85 Broads and former president of Bank of America Wealth Management, talks to HuffPost Live about what she aims to do with 85 Broads.
“People say to me, ‘Has being a woman helped or hindered your career?’ And the answer is yes," Krawcheck admitted in a June
Amen to that, Julie. (Photo Courtesy of Goldman Sachs) Harris, who is actively involved in the LGBT network at Goldman Sachs
Does having a baby drain away a woman's ability to effectively trade stocks and bonds? One billionaire Wall Street operative think's thats the case.
The resignation of JPMorgan Chase exec Ina Drew in the wake of the banking giant’s recent $2 billion trading loss is troubling
In the 1980s, there was an "understood" dress code. Largely dark suits with skirts to the mid-calf. Demure dresses just started. Forget about cleavage or bright colors. The one bright spot -- nothing about the kind of make-up one could wear.
Lehman Brothers removed the highest ranked woman on Wall Street, chief financial officer Erin Callan, from her post yesterday
After the ouster of Zoe Cruz from a high executive position at Morgan Stanley, are women back to square one, circa 1970, on Wall Street?