Susan Antilla for CNBC
The #MeToo movement is forcing insurers who provide coverage for high-profile executives accused of sexual harassment and assault, such as disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, to rethink their business.
Nicole Piper for CityWire
Citywire data show that just 10.8% of all managers in our global database of 16,040 are women. When Citywire’s research team crunched the same numbers in 2016, the figure was just 10.3%, showing meager improvement in a three-year time period.
Christine Exley and Judd Kessler for The Harvard Business Review
We found a large gender gap in self-promotion — with men rating their performance 33% higher than equally performing women. To understand what’s driving this gap, we looked at two factors that might influence one’s level of self-promotion: confidence (you may be unsure of your actual performance) and strategic incentives (you may talk up your performance to get a raise or promotion).
Rachel Bachman for The New York Times
Before 2019, this scene would have been difficult to imagine: fans at a major sporting event, many who forked over hundreds of dollars to attend, shouting that the athletes on the field were underpaid.