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The magazine chose the leader of the Catholic Church for its 87th annual cover.
In 2012, young women aged 25 to 34 made 93 percent of what their male peers made.
Women hold less than 15 percent of senior positions among the Fortune 500, a report shows.
Rutter, who will take over from Michael M. Kaiser in September, will be the first woman to hold the post.
Analysis, Arguments & Advice
Rather than outsourcing a holiday spot to an ad agency, the airline brought in more than 150 WestJet workers to get in on the act of surprising its customers.
An array of new books provide leadership lessons to improve morale, motivate the workforce and spark creativity.
Changing both the CEO and chairman’s job should help the company move forward.
“Sometimes collaboration is important even when it adds work.“
Two studies of Wharton undergrads, separated by 20 years, show a steep drop in the intention to have kids.
Science of Leadership
New research shows employees are less productive when watched by managers.
New research links greater diversity to higher company performance.
Nonconformist clothing can actually make you look more authoritative in your profession.
A new study finds the number of female directors ticking up, but still very low.
Two subgroups, however, show a slight preference for female managers.
A new study looks at how to motivate people to work harder.
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