Why a former SoftBank partner is tackling mid-career drop-off for working mothers
Former SoftBank partner and Facebook India director Kirthiga Reddy is the cofounder of Laddrr, a resource hub for working mothers aiming to prevent mid-career drop-off.
Unprofitable companies needed to be profitable yesterday
Capital is more expensive, and investors aren’t bullish on companies struggling to generate their own cash.
Elon Musk crows as German authorities start treating greenwashing as fraud
Raids on Deutsche Bank and its DWS unit show how ESG claims are under unprecedented scrutiny.
A new report shows how badly the Trump administration slashed the U.S.’s climate credentials
The ranking from Yale University says decisions made by the Trump administration slashed the country's climate credentials
Buybacks vs dividends? In market downturns, the rules may change
CFOs can return profits to shareholders with dividends and buybacks. Here's how they may fare during a stock market selloff or recession.
Why Tinder wants to end the FDA’s discriminatory blood donor policy
Tinder and Match Group are urging the FDA to lift restrictions on gay and bisexual men donating blood.
The forgotten true story behind Memorial Day—and why it matters now more than ever
The story, once lost to history, serves as another reminder of the need for accountability, justice, and equity for people of color as the first steps in true racial reckoning.
4 vital steps that U.S. CEOs must take in the economic battle with China
China's economy is huge, but for many companies the opportunities aren't worth the risks.
The next Silicon Valley may not exist. Here’s what smaller hubs can do to attract VC dollars
We are seeing some regions begin to reap the benefits of a concerted effort to grow their VC ecosystem, says EY's venture capital leader Jeff Grabow.