Tuesday, April 02 2013
Therese Fauerbach, president and CEO of The Northridge Group, says the most important quality she looks for when interviewing recent graduates for a position with her company is the "fire in their belly." Find out what surprising question the 2013 Chicago POW! Award winner uses to gauge hunger for success.
Written by Lucy Soto Tuesday, March 12 2013
The Georgia Legislature and 11 other statehouses are considering legislation that would create “benefit corporations” or B Corps, which makes companies responsible for not only the bottom line but the greater good. Why bother with a B Corp? Womenetics CEO Elisabeth Marchant explains, “This is a way for companies to make a statement to future employees that this is a good place to work, and we are providing a social and environmental impact… It becomes a strong recruiting and retention tool.”
Written by Jan Turner Tuesday, June 26 2012
Ari Weinzweig looks like a Jewish hippie and thinks like a revolutionary with an excellent education. Which doesn’t explain why his five-table deli with great chopped liver became what Inc. Magazine calls “the coolest small company in America.” Find out what this gefilte fish guru of a now $40 million food empire knows about business that you should.
Written by Dr. Terry Neese Tuesday, April 24 2012
The 27 million small business owners across this nation are holding their breath in anticipation following the Supreme Court’s wrapping up of its arguments over President Obama’s landmark health care law. Dr. Terry Neese of the Institute for the Economic Empowerment of Women says, “Please give us some closure.”
Tuesday, February 28 2012
Target, Accenture and ManpowerGroup are among the 29 corporations included in the annual list of America's Top Corporations for Women's Business Enterprises, presented by the Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).