CNBC's Julia Boorstin explores how PayPal chose to tackle its gender pay gap, and PayPal CEO Daniel Schulman explains why it's so important.
"Write for yourself, first and foremost — write the stories that you want to read," the author recently said in London.
PayPal has been working to close its pay gap, and has developed a way to do just that. See how CEO Dan Schulman explained the process.
PayPal CEO Dan Schulman explains how PayPal achieved pay parity in 2015 and what it takes to continue to pay people equity.
"Sometimes, all you need is the right organization to offer up the opportunity."
"In the great scheme of things," PayPal CEO Dan Schulman says of the $3 million expense to the company, "it's incredibly small."
Angie Thomas, author of best-seller "The Hate U Give", has some advice for anyone who let's fear get in the way of their dreams.
"Being a woman had a lot to do with the second guessing."
Eve knows what it's like to be second-guessed because "a dude didn't come up with the idea." The rapper says she had to convince her label to let her record the collaboration with Gwen Stefani "Let Me Blow Ya Mind," which would go on to win a Grammy.
Workers buy into their employer's mission and products more when leadership is majority female.
Have you ever found yourself avoiding a difficult conversation at work? If so, you're not alone.
The same percentage of men have a negative view of the #MeToo movement.
"Our teams need to be as diverse as the problems we are trying to solve."
The group includes well-known household brands like TripAdvisor and National Beverage.
A new study by IBM suggests that the gender gap in leadership will likely persist until 2073 without corporate action.
Women are more selective in what jobs they apply for — and that's not necessarily a good thing.
Fight Fair Action plans to promote fair elections and combat voter suppression.
If the U.K. closed the entrepreneur gender gap, it could generate the equivalent of 4 years of economic growth for Britain, a report suggests.
"When you have sponsorship, you are at liberty to take more risk."