There are some good reasons to pay credit union board members. But why aren't the bankers objecting?>
Suzi Williams remembers 30 years ago when a male client would come in for retirement advice and other long-term goals, and if married and his wife came in too, she would sit quietly.
Who says you can never go home?
This young CEO shows you can, indeed, go home.
Irene Dorner blames herself — and her female colleagues — for the lack of women on Wall Street.
There have been 136 Presidents of the American Bar Association. Five of them have been women, including this year's President, Laurel Bellows, who has caused quite a stir among women attorneys by calling the idea of work-life balance a "fraud."
This week's Opinion column from Editor/Publisher Sarah Snell Cooke draws on the wisdom of others, with a nod to supplemental capital.
Megan Brown isn’t the first woman to get pregnant and exit corporate life, frustrated and finished with the “rat race.” But she is among the minority to have climbed the ranks of Wall Street – accepting, and actually loving, being a woman in the dog-eat-dog world of a not-so-female-friendly industry...
With Facebook and Twitter dominating the social media scene, LinkedIn has been, for the most part, waiting to join the conversation.
While you can’t predict the future, Wanda Chambers, senior vice president of payment services at Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union, believes in being prepared for it.