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New York City mayoral candidate Christine Quinn joined Fortune's Most Powerful Women community in New York for a candid discussion over dinner.
The Yahoo CEO sat down with Fortune's Pattie Sellers to discuss life and Yahoo's turnaround plan.
NBC Universal's Bonnie Hammer has been building cable TV networks for 26 years, which is long enough to know that at a point, the slog of a career can ease and work can turn energizing again.
A look at Silicon Valley's two most powerful women from a journalist who has known both for nearly a decade--and offers news about Mayer's controversial HR policy and nursery at Yahoo.
The Facebook COO was persistent when recruiting its now VP of global marketing solutions, Carolyn Everson.
Facebook executive Carolyn Everson spills on what she's learned over the course of her career.
Amid conversation about career women leaning in and leaning back, GE executive Charlene Begley is taking a leave of absence.
Sheryl Sandberg's evangelism hinges on her claim that women aren't moving up in corporate America. Is the Facebook COO-cum-feminist champion right that we're in a state of stagnation?
Here are five jobs that have shifted from majority male to majority female over the past few decades.
Several workplace experts say it's time for employees to take their share of responsibility for an overwhelming work-life.
This year's Most Powerful Women are shaping the future of technology, defense, and media -- and overseeing more than $1 trillion in revenue. More
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