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Turney Duff checks in with former Wall Street friend Max Katbat, who left his job as a trader for a career in "conscious" marketing.
Turney Duff checks in with former Wall Street friend Erin Duffy, who left her job as an interest-rate salesperson for a career as a novelist.
With all that's happened to Wall Street in recent years, why would you want to work there? We asked a few college students. Here's what they said.
One Direction confirmed the departure of singer Zayn Malik on Wednesday via their Facebook page.
In 1985, an MBA was a ticket to to a career in finance or management. Is that still true? Wall Street recruiter Noah Schwarz weighs in.
Discussing the gender discrimination case Ellen Pao v. Kleiner Perkins, and the dialogue around women in the workforce, with Meredith Kovarik, Jabil Circuits.
CNBC's Scott Cohn reports on the gender discrimination case with Ellen Pao v. Kleiner Perkins.
Kay Koplovitz, Koplovitz and Company, and Jilliene Helman, Realty Mogul CEO, provide perspective on the gender discrimination trial of Ellen Pao vs. Kleiner Perkins.
An executive at Vodafone talks to CNBC about the drivers behind the mobile giant's radical new global maternity leave policy.
Big data is better at defense than offense, which means companies are spending money on technology that makes them penny-wise and pound-foolish.
Promotion prospects for women grind to a halt at around age 45, according to new research for the British government – a decade sooner than for men.
Hillary Clinton has consistently put women's issues at the forefront of her agenda. Her election would be an important step toward gender equality.
Re/code senior editor Liz Gannes, reports on the Kleiner Perkins trial in which Ellen Pao is seeking $16 million in damages from the venture firm for sex discrimination.
Vodafone is revolutionizing maternity leave for its female employees by offering at least 16 weeks of fully paid leave to expectant mothers.
The outgoing Credit Suisse chief executive told CNBC that the decision to leave the Swiss bank was reached mutually, adding that he had "accomplished quite a lot."
Philanthropist Melinda Gates also tells CNBC women around the world need to be encouraged to participate in the workforce at the same rate as men.
Melinda Gates, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, shares her thoughts on how much progress women have made over the past 20 years and the gaps that still need to be closed, especially in the workplace, and global health concerns.
Only 12% of US computer science jobs are held by women. With girls making up the majority of tomorrow's workforce, change is essential.
Putting women in top management positions isn't just the right thing to do, it's smart business, says this executive.
Many companies are bringing employees back in-house, believing higher productivity and better ideas come from working side by side.