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Feelings of isolation among female senior executives are exacerbated by gender bias.
Retailers and consumer goods companies support customers in hurricane's path.
NEW partners provide support and supplies to those devastated by Hurricane Harvey.
PepsiCo's Indra Nooyi and Target's Brian Cornell share their insights on women's leadership.
The world is in the midst of a fourth industrial revolution that is bringing dramatic, rapid change to how we shop and work.
Nearly 230 women working for 16 Network of Executive Women partner companies have been named Top Women in Grocery by Progressive Grocer magazine.
Thirty-two NEW partner companies have been named America’s Best Employers in 2017 by Forbes.
Fifty leaders, up-and-comers and mentors in the convenience industry have been named Top Women in Convenience by Convenience Store News.
For many women, shopping alone is a luxury. Because of the role women play in their households (typically “chief purchasing officer” and for many, primary caregiver, too), they are often shopping with kids or companions.
"There's a tremendous shift in the downstreaming of healthcare," Ashley McEvoy, company group chairman, Johnson & Johnson Vision Care and Johnson & Johnson Diabetes Care, told senior-level executives at the NEW Executive Leaders Forum, July 28, 2016 at Terranea Resort.