This Week in Women

Women Earn $2 Million Less Than Men in Their Careers as Doctors Female doctors make less than their male counterparts starting from their very first days on the job, according to a large new study. Over the course of a 40-year-career, researchers estimated, this pay gap adds up to at least $2 million. Supreme Court…

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The Hot New Trend For Hedge Funds Is—Finally—Female Founders “It is a watershed moment to have multiple female-led hedge fund launches,” says Dominique Mielle, a former partner and portfolio manager at Canyon Capital and author of Damsel in Distressed: My Life in the Golden Age of Hedge Funds. “Women must outperform men if they want to stay…

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‘Queen of Thanksgiving’ Martha Stewart Cooks Up New Batch of Ethereum NFTs The collection has a range of price points, from $100 for a photorealistic image to $1,000 for an impressionist rendition. Palette knife, watercolor and oil painting restyles cost $500. The most expensive NFT in the collection is the animated NFT, which is currently…

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Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. It has all the good characteristics of Christmas – family, food, tradition, and celebration – with none of the stress – gift buying, gift wrapping, house decorating, and toys that require ‘moderate assembly’. I also love the idea of a day dedicated to being grateful. Gratitude is scientifically shown to…

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Abacus Welcomes New Co-CEOs, Mary Beth Storjohann and Neela Hummel Mary Beth and Neela, each accomplished CFPs® and partners at the firm, have previously served as Chief Marketing Officer and Chief Advisory Officer of Abacus, respectively. They will now lead the $4.4B company on its mission of expanding what’s possible with money and leaving the…

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The future of socially responsible investing is in female hands Women — overall — are richer now than ever before. And they’re soon to get even richer. Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, says paid family leave ‘is not just about the mom.’ “This is one of those issues that is not red or blue,” Meghan…

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I’ve been too busy to write lately, and I miss writing. All at once, five new families are coming on board as clients, and a few more are close to making a decision. We are holding year-end tax planning meetings with clients. Often these meetings result in action to be taken, such as opening new…

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Michelle Wu is Boston’s first woman and first person of color elected mayor Wu, whose parents immigrated to the U.S. from Taiwan, broke a 199-year streak of white, male elected city leaders. She moved to the city from Chicago, and attended Harvard University and Harvard Law School.   Will paid family leave make it into…

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‘Moms Are Cool’ program offers free financial counseling for mothers impacted by the pandemic The Senior Investment Role That’s Dominated by Women “I came from a mainstream background. At large conferences, there would only be one or two women in the room,” said Sarah Bratton Hughes, global head of sustainability solutions at Schroders. “As soon…

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Spanx founder Sara Blakely says business will expand into denim and more after Blackstone deal Blakely launched Spanx in 1998 with just $5,000 in her pocket, which she had earned from selling fax machines. Her vision at the time was to create a product for women to wear under clothing, that helped them feel more comfortable….