A new study by Equileap crunches the numbers on how women fare at America's biggest companies.
The business of protecting companies from sexual harassment scandals is booming.
Gates says she's unsure that laws mandating gender equity on corporate boards are the way to drive progress.
The billionaire philanthropist is known for her work on behalf of women in the developing world, but she sees plenty to fix in the U.S.
Corporate America may be facing a reckoning, but there's still significant room for progress.
The male-dominated construction industry has become more welcoming to women, who are seen as part of the solution to the worker shortage.
The Chinese tariffs — retaliation for the Trump administration’s tariffs on $34 billion in Chinese goods — come on top those levied by Europe, Mexico and Canada. The new whiskey tariffs are hitting states like Tennessee and Kentucky, solid red states, the hardest. Trump carried Kentucky by 62.5 percent and Tennessee by 60.7 percent in 2016. Almost all, 95 percent, of the world's bourbon is made in Kentucky. Jack Daniels, however, is made in Tennessee and is the most popular American whiskey in the world.
Organizations want to identify possible issues in their ranks and among potential hires, rivals and acquisition targets.
There isn't a single woman on any of their boards.