People can't love elitists, can they? Trump is making political strategists doubt a truth they held to be self-evident.

As long as the most elite military forces are closed off to women, a symbolic and psychological barrier will persist.

"We need leaders who do more than keep the trains running on time. "

Trump was asked to name the leader he looks to for advice on managing his company.



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The emails not only foreshadow Slaughter's blockbuster article, "Why Women Still Can't Have It All." They also offer a reminder of the influence a leader's behavior has over her employees.

Would the same debate ensue if Mayer was a man? Of course not.

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New data from Aon Hewitt shows that raises are flat--but bonus pay is going up. But at the same time, fewer companies are sharing that wealth with their clerical and technical employees.

A new analysis by Glassdoor offers a preview of what the CEO-to-worker pay ratios could look like when the SEC's new regulations go into place.

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In exchange for mentoring and committee work, doctors at Stanford University can receive home-delivered meals, babysitting, handyman services and more -- all in an effort to improve work-life balance.

Only about half of federal workers say their talents are being used well in the workplace.

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New research finds a link between higher-priced public offerings and how well people rate the appearance of the company's CEO.

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GE, long seen as Corporate America's bellwether for management practices, is joining the ranks of several large companies that have said goodbye to the annual performance review.

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