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Women in construction are creating their own community. Meet the new wave of female builders.

Women still make up only about 9 percent of the construction industry, but they’re leaning on each other to combat loneliness

More states are trying to protect black employees who want to wear their natural hair in the workplace

New Jersey, Tennessee, Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois and other states have proposed legislation to explicitly ban race-based hair discrimination. California and New York were the first to sign legislation into law in July.

Forbes named 99 men and only one woman on its list of ‘most innovative leaders’

Readers had to scroll all the way down to No. 75 to find the first — and only — woman on the list

Despite trying to revamp its reputation, Uber is still struggling to win back customers

Last year’s scandals and allegations that its culture promoted sexual harassment prompted a movement to #DeleteUber

This ‘kosher sex store’ is the first in the world. Its owner wants to help people ‘give sexuality more meaning.’

The Tel Aviv shop is named for the controversial, best-selling self-help book ‘Kosher Sex: A Recipe for Passion and Intimacy’

Targeted ads are a daily battle. Here’s how I protect myself.

Advertising drags my private life into the open without my consent

Trump’s leading candidate for the Federal Reserve board thinks that the Fed ‘is not your friend’

Judy Shelton’s un­or­tho­dox views underscore how intent Trump is on pushing the Fed in a new direction

These plates deemed portion sizes fit for ‘mom jeans’ or ‘skinny jeans.’ Macy’s pulled the products.

Macy’s responded after a tweet drew attention to the plates

Abigail Disney is fighting for better working conditions at Disneyland

The granddaughter of Disney’s co-founder checked in with workers at the ‘Happiest Place on Earth’ after an employee reached out via Facebook

All-male boards are a thing of the past. But there are still challenges ahead.

Women now hold more than 1 in 4 corporate board seats