Articles of Interest
Why Better Financial Literacy Is Everybody’s Business
Amy is President of US Insurance Solutions at Principal Financial Group and a loyal advocate for the SMB community. I started down the path to greater financial literacy as a college freshman thanks to a pivotal class. “Money for the Masses” introduced me to basic concepts such as interest rates and long-term savings. It taught me how the first $10,000 you save in the first part of your career can compound to generate greater returns than the same $10,000 saved later in life.
8.8% Fortune 500 CEOs are women - the highest of all indices - according to the Women CEOs in America Report 2022
On the occasion of National Women's Business Day, Women Business Collaborative (WBC), Ascend, C200 and Catalyst have released the third annual report highlighting women CEOs in America! In Summer of 2022, 8.8% of CEOs are women and today women are 9% of CEOs in the Fortune 500.
Where are all the women in asset management?
“We do have statistics that we are not proud of,” said a manager at one UK asset manager about gender diversity. “But we have a clear commitment to doing something about it.” That was in 2004.
Why inflation ‘hurts women more,’ Sallie Krawcheck explains
Ellevest CEO and Co-Founder Sallie Krawcheck joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the Fed’s 75-basis-point rate hike, inflation, women’s financial health hitting a five-year low, and investing.
3 Workplace Biases that Derail Mid-Career Women
Harvard Business Review
Recently we asked more than 100 senior executive women from around the world to tell us at what stage in their careers they faced the most gender bias or discrimination. Half told us mid-career — that is, roughly their mid-30s to late 40s.