Over the past few days job social networking site LinkedIn and engineering firm Toptal have found themselves in the middle
Every morning I wake up and pull back the curtains in my bedroom to the sight of a giant blow-up sex doll in the backyard. This somewhat minor dilemma I'm currently experiencing in my backyard is similar in some ways to what thousands of other women and men experience every time they walk into their local newsagent for a paper.
With UEFA Women’s Euro 2013 in full swing, Marion Bartoli’s Wimbledon triumph still fresh in our minds and the first anniversary
For the past 100 years, the Tour de France has been one of the most prestigious sporting events in the world. But, sadly
Anyone would think that it was Kim Sears who won the women's title at Wimbledon on Saturday, given the amount of media coverage she's received over the past few days. But, lest we forget, that honour belongs to Marion Bartoli. And it was bloody well earned.
When the Bank of England decided to replace the only woman on British bank notes with a man, British feminists were quick
UPDATE: Since our interview, Caroline Criado-Perez has taken on the Bank of England and won. Her Keep A Woman On British
Much like the millions of individuals the event represents, International Women's Day has become a force to be reckoned with
Frankly I hope that, in the future, we can create a work ecosystem that is flexible, supportive, focused on results and values all different backgrounds and skills. One woman (or man)'s 'having it all' is another's worst nightmare.
2012 has been the year of many things - but if one thing stands out to me more than anything else (even more than sport, and that's saying something) it's that 2012 has been the year of inspiring women.