For Women in Advertising, It's Still a "Mad Men" World - The New York Times

For Women in Advertising, It's Still a "Mad Men" World - The New York Times

Women now make up almost 50 percent of those working in the advertising industry, including a relatively small number, like Ms. Credle, in top executive positions. Yet ... more than half a century after the “Mad Men” era, gender bias, while often unspoken or acknowledged, continues to affect how they are treated at work, whom they interact with and what positions they hold.

A Colleague Drank My Breast Milk and Other Wall Street Tales - The New York Times

A Colleague Drank My Breast Milk and Other Wall Street Tales - The New York Times

Women now receive the majority of college and graduate degrees, and we make the vast bulk of consumer decisions and purchases. Forty percent of American households with children under 18 have a woman as primary or sole breadwinner. For future generations of women to do better, we must change the culture of institutions like Wall Street.

Women Respond to Nobel Laureate's 'Trouble With Girls' - New York Times

Women Respond to Nobel Laureate's 'Trouble With Girls' - New York Times

A Nobel laureate has resigned as honorary professor at University College London after saying that female scientists should be segregated from male colleagues because women cry when criticized and are a romantic distraction in the laboratory.