Good morning, Broadsheet readers! President Trump attacks four freshman congresswomen, Norah O’Donnell is set to take over CBS Evening News tonight, and Serena Williams puts her money behind a startup fighting maternal mortality. Have a mindful Monday.
Good morning, Broadsheet readers! J. Crew takes steps toward a Madewell IPO, Emmy nominations are likely to feature lots of female-led comedies, and we learn about a new kind of quota. Have a wonderful weekend.
Good morning, Broadsheet readers! Reformation gets a new majority owner, Taylor Swift and Kylie Jenner are the year’s top paid entertainers, and we hear some management tips from the founders of Away. Have a terrific Thursday.
Good morning, Broadsheet readers! IBM’s Red Hat acquisition closes, Saudi Arabia’s first female ambassador arrives at the White House, and two celebrity profiles go deep. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
Good morning, Broadsheet readers! Instagram rolls out new anti-bullying tools, Elizabeth Warren out-fundraised Bernie Sanders, and Bumble’s backer is accused of misogyny. Have a terrific Tuesday.
Good morning, Broadsheet readers! Billionaire Jeffrey Epstein is charged with sex trafficking, it’s the year of Shirley Chisholm, and the U.S. Women’s National Team earns a victory—and makes history. Have a lovely Monday.
Good morning, Broadsheet readers! Google’s Jigsaw is reportedly a ‘toxic mess,’ the women at Wimbledon are putting on a clinic, and Europe finds its balance. Have a wonderful Wednesday. The Broadsheet is off tomorrow and Friday for the Fourth of July in the U.S. See you Monday!
Good morning, Broadsheet readers! Wimbledon has its youngest star ever, more moms are flying solo, and five female Democratic candidates for president consider the glass ceiling. Have a terrific Tuesday!
Good morning, Broadsheet readers! Emma Hinchliffe here today. The RealReal pulls off a strong IPO, Phebe Novakovic discusses her career path, and AOC meets an idol—Greta Thunberg. Have a lovely Monday.
Good morning, Broadsheet readers! Democrats hold Debate No. 2, the NYT comes around to E. Jean Carroll’s story, and new female CEOs among top firms were outnumbered by Jeffreys. Kick back this weekend! EVERYONE’S TALKING [bs_bullet_primary] Outnumbered by Jeffreys. Fortune‘s Shawn Tully parsed a new report on CEO appointments in the S&P 250 last year […]