Until 2007, American neuroscientist Vivienne Ming was a man, and as such, at an advantage. Since her transition, she has been analysing the financial disadvantages of being a woman in the US tech industry.
Does Sweden need a feminist party? Feminist Initiative says it does and has inspired mainstream parties to don gender-conscious glasses in the world's first country to adopt a "feminist foreign policy."
There's no doubt the level of trust that people have in institutions and firms has a direct impact on how successful the latter are. A fresh survey reveals a lot about the sensitivities of people across the globe.
Glenn Close's empowering speech at the Golden Globes underlined that women have great stories to tell. A recent study also shows that female-led films are top box office performers — invalidating Hollywood assumptions.
African carmakers are on the move!
The plan gives British-licensed airlines nine months to obtain EU safety certificates if there is a no-deal Brexit. EU negotiators are developing contingency plans in case Britain leaves on WTO terms next month.
Farmers warn that the verdict could set a dangerous precedent that could threaten Austria's vital tourism industry. Many of the country's hiking trails cross paths with cow pastures.
Marine Le Pen's National Rally party hopes to surge in May's European Parliament elections. What role do they play as part of a broader euroskeptic boost across Europe? Elizabeth Bryant reports from Paris.
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