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Women are starting businesses faster than ever, despite institutional barriers. Here's why that's great news for everyone.

Author, speaker, and advertising powerhouse Charlotte Beers talks to OPEN Forum about why being an authentic leader pays off -- especially for women entrepreneurs.

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The glass ceiling isn't holding these three women back. Armed with resources and determination, they're shattering the old barriers.

Although tech is still a male-dominated industry, more and more women and girl coders are making inroads and paving the way for others to follow.

Though she attracted investment from Google's Eric Schmidt and Square's Jack Dorsey, this tech entrepreneur faced one major problem during startup: She didn't have tech experience.

It's no secret women business owners have it tougher than men, but it doesn't mean we should give up. We take a look at the rise of the female entrepreneur, and ways we can keep forging forward.

Stop worrying so much ... it's bad for business. Follow these 6 steps to turn your inner worrier into a business warrior.

At American Express's inaugural OPEN for Women: CEO BootCamp event, Mally Beauty founder Mally Roncal shared her insights on the challenges and opportunities facing women entrepreneurs.

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5 business organizations to help women entrepreneurs succeed from Intuit.

You can have the business you always wanted by following these 8 purpose-driven tips.

What can women teach men about becoming stronger entrepreneurs? A lot, it seems. Here are 8 skills women excel at and men can adopt.

In the battle of the sexes, recent studies show that women have certain characteristics that make them better leaders--though men still hold the majority of these positions.