Working Girl

On “Working Girl’s” 30th anniversary, it’s worth remembering its Me Too themes — and the abuser who played an abuser before he got famous.
On the movie's 30th anniversary, it's time to settle a debate.
Famous for its use of the Staten Island Ferry, "Working Girl" captures New York's promise of opportunity, even if it might be purely aspirational.
This was one merger that didn't happen on the set of the classic workplace comedy.
Carly Simon admits she's a bit of a recluse who goes through fads of eating certain foods for long stretches of time. She calls it her healthy little secret. "It's been this for the past year and a half." She suddenly stops herself.
Movies are magical. The good ones hold you captive in a great story, to a different time and place, and then bring you back home. In two hours, they leave you changed, having learned new things and lived a different life.
Authenticity is what turns a pretty picture into a priceless work of art. Likewise it is what people look for -- or should -- in their personal relationships. I believe this holds true for our relationships with businesses as well.
It's hard to believe that last month marked the 25th anniversary of the release of the groundbreaking hit film Working Girl
Of course, how we present ourselves as women in our daily working lives has nothing to do with beauty pageants or red carpets. That said, appearance is a component of the professional toolkit.