- The New York Times examines why the fashion world will be closely watching Suits actress—and Prince Harry’s fiancee—Meghan Markle.
- The New York Times also has an inside look at how Etsy has changed as a company since going public.
- Career Contessa explains the importance of what you wear to work, and why it matters. (Published earlier this year, but new to us.)
- Vox offers results of a new study that finds that women surgeons are punished more than their male counterparts for the same mistakes.
- Reuters shares that the Impact Shares YWCA Women’s Empowerment exchange-traded fund—WOMN—will allow people to invest with companies that promote women’s interests and take strong stands against workplace harassment.
- People has Ann Curry’s take on Matt Lauer’s termination from NBC following reports of sexual harrassment from Lauer’s female coworkers (video autoplays).
- The Atlantic provides details on why women are leaving the Republican Party in the era of President Trump.
- BuzzFeed News shares that more than 180 women have reported sexual assaults at Massage Envy.
- Slate suggests the Instant Pot is not only a time saver, but also an entire economy and religion.
- Laugh of the Week: Elle provides an interesting take on this year’s exciting yet terrifying White House Christmas decor.
On CorporetteMoms Recently…
- Our Week in the Life of a Working Mom series continued with a week in the life of CorporetteMoms reader E, who lives in Florida with her husband and son and works as a registered dietitian and assistant manager.
- We shared some of the best smartwatch apps for parents.
- We offered some clothes for working moms, including some maternity basics and washable workwear.
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