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With a passion for increasing financial literacy and a gift for establishing personal relationships, Ms. Duckett has had a meteoric rise through corporate America.
By DAVID GELLES
On March 19, 1979, C-Span went live with its first public broadcast. We talked to one of its chief executives about its push for transparency in Washington.
By JULIA JACOBS
Salty will be among the new publications from the online platform led by Ev Williams, a former chief executive of Twitter.
By JACLYN PEISER
WarnerMedia had started an investigation into allegations that Kevin Tsujihara had pushed for a woman with whom he had a sexual relationship to be considered for films and TV shows.
By EDMUND LEE
It has long been an open secret that some farms survive by relying on an undocumented labor force. Now, tough immigration enforcement has caused a crisis.
By CHRISTINA GOLDBAUM
Women in Germany are paid an average of 21 percent less than men. For one day only, the capital’s public transportation will offer them a corresponding discount.
By CHRISTOPHER F. SCHUETZE
Contracts with the clauses aim to keep doctors from taking patients with them when they leave. But some patients say it hurts them.
By MICHELLE ANDREWS
At a recent industry gathering, retailers talked of how collecting customer data will help them compete in a landscape dominated by the internet.
By SAPNA MAHESHWARI
The Oscar winner says, “I was masquerading as an actor.” Now she’s focused on seeing what comes next for her lifestyle company, Goop. Maybe psychedelics?
The California native is “an energy person” who worked in TV and then did a little of everything at the couple’s start-up. It all prepared her to take it public.
The founder and chief executive of Code.org, who was born in Iran, says computer science is a “foundational skill,” one that future doctors, lawyers and politicians should all possess.
Now, as Accenture’s chief executive of North America, Ms. Sweet helps major companies figure out the future. She is also working on creating true gender equality at the office.
Starting a new job, an employee is already preparing to quit because of a supervisor who repeatedly levels unfair critiques and then apologizes.
By ROB WALKER
A promotion means learning from a new supervisor, but he seems so miserable and overworked that you’d prefer not to ask for his help. Here’s what to do.
An employee looking to make a switch gets no response and wonders if it’s because he’s the wrong “type.” Here’s how to stop brooding and take useful action.
Frustrated with the “ethnic beauty” aisle and products that didn’t work, he built a company for the demographic future.
A sales representative worries that a peer’s performance could hurt the company, but going behind her back could seem selfish. Here’s how to do what’s right for everyone.
He made billions selling vacuums. Now he is backing Brexit, building an electric car — and making antiquated comments on ‘racial differences.’
A manager is proud of his protégée’s progress but figures she could still use guidance. The problem: She’s looking to establish her own professional identity.
A worker has grown tired of her colleague’s pregnancy-related chatter and wonders if she is obliged to attend the shower or buy a gift. Here’s how to navigate all the baby talk.
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