Joy Mangano, inventor of the Miracle Mop and inspiration behind the Jennifer Lawrence biopic "Joy," talks to Yahoo Lifestyle about balancing her professional goals and being a working mom. Mangano agrees with Sheryl Sandberg that working women can "lean in" and "have it all."
Amber Tolliver says her investors were only interested in making sexually inappropriate jokes during her meetings. She's launching a Kickstarter for her company, Liberté, to prove she can do it on her own.
Easter is just around the corner – and with any holiday, the hunt for the quintessential candy is always a hot challenge. Luckily, there’s Sweet Saba, run and operated by Canadian-born Maayan Zilberman. Launched in late 2015, Zilberman’s trendy New York business offers a bevy of delectables, items that have attracted A-listers and been included in premiere parties for the Golden Globes. No stranger to the fashion world, one of Zilberman’s previous ventures involved a designer lingerie collection that she co-founded, and after closing down The Lake & Stars she was in pursuit of a new avenue to highlight her kooky-meets-classy creativity.
I wondered if I could get a smartphone to control my nail art.” Walia doesn’t have an academic tech background — she studied history and gender studies at Northwestern University and holds an MBA from University of Chicago, and she originally moved to Silicon Valley to work on the unsuccessful California governor campaign of venture capitalist Steve Westly. 92 percent of teenage girls decorate their nails, and 14 percent do it daily.