24 Sep
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The Richest Self-Made Woman In Real Estate Shares Her Best Advice.

How did Dottie Herman become the richest self-made woman in real estate? As CEO of Douglas Elliman, Herman sits at the helm of one of the nation’s oldest and largest real estate brokerage firms with approximately $27.4 billion in annual sales volume and 7,000 real estate agents. From her roots as a real estate broker on Long Island […]

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01 Jun
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The Share of Female CEOs in the Fortune 500 Dropped by 25% in 2018

Of the CEOs who lead the companies that make up the 2018 Fortune 500 list, just 24 are women. That number is down 25 percent from last year’s record-breaking 32 female CEOs, the highest share of women since the Fortune’s first 500 list in 1955. While women were at the helm of 6.4 percent of the companies […]

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20 Apr
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Changing The Tech Industry – Women Lead IBM’s Blockchain.

In the male-dominated world of cryptocurrency, IBM is going against the grain. The company’s 1,500 member blockchain team is led by Bridget van Kralingen, senior vice president of global industries, platforms and blockchain. Meanwhile, the actual blockchain development was led by IBM Fellow Donna Dillenberger. With the tremendous surge in bitcoin’s popularity over the last year, […]

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20 Dec
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Business Woman of the Year, Korede Edih

Meet GC4W’s Business Woman of the Year, Korede Edih. The Global Connections for Women Foundation (GC4W) celebrates Mrs. Korede Edih as the “Business Woman of the Year” — her business acumen, leadership, smarts, discipline, and commitment puts her on the very top of our list.  GC4W meet up with Mrs. Korede Edih in Nigeria, to learn more about her, […]

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