Posts Tagged ‘women’

Hillary Clinton’s theme, pre-2016: Women who break barriers

Hillary Rodham Clinton took to a Toronto stage in June before about 5,000 supporters, many of them women and many looking for a hint that she might run for president in 2016.  To read more, click here:

Happy reading!


Trendspotting: Women in Business

As a woman-owned firm, Pomerance & Associates likes to keep tabs on the world of women in business.

We thought we’d share this interesting story on female consumers as the new middlemen, so to speak. The rise of resale has inspired women to look seriously at the multiple returns on investments in consumer goods. It’s a silver lining to recessionista spending. I’d like to think, too, it’s a sign of considering the lifecycle of a product and making more responsible and sustainable purchases. In any case, women making smart use of their considerable purchasing power is great news. Here is more news on that trend:

Also, our friends at, a daily tip sheet for professional women, have just released their top 10 women in business for 2011. It’s a must read:

First Woman to head the NYTimes

Decades after Katharine Graham led The Washington Post amid the old boy’s club of the newspaper world, Jill Abramson becomes the first woman to helm the Grey Lady in its 160-year history.