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Women Mean Business
Women will be crucial to achieving a full economic recovery from the current recession, says I.M.O.W. Global Council member Irene Natividad, president of the Global Summit of Women, a summit for women leaders on best practices in advancing women's economic opportunities worldwide...
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MULTIMEDIA: Can Women Rescue the Economy?
On June 16, 2009, Economica curator Masum Momaya, President and CEO of Women's World Banking Mary Ellen Iskenderian and board member of Astia Monica Morse discussed the global impact of women on economic development at an event hosted by the World Affairs Council and the International Museum of Women.
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Women of Wall Street
"Women of Wall Street," a groundbreaking exhibit by Museum of American Finance, showcases notable women in the world of finance, both historically and in modern times. Victoria Woodhull, a shrewd businesswoman and the first woman to run for president of the United States, and Muriel Siebert, the first woman to purchase a seat on the New York Stock Exchange, are just two of the businesswomen featured...
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COMMUNITY VOICE:
Tanzania Unlimited, Ltd.
"Tanzania Unlimited, Ltd." is a collection of photos showcasing business in Africa. It focuses on Tanzania's economy, which has grown due to increased exports and other international trade. Though new industries are a boone to the nation's economy, participation in the global market also creates cultural tension...
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Women's Empowerment, Arab Style
Could Arab businesswomen shatter Western stereotypes of what it means to be empowered? For many, "Arab women" conjures up images of women cloaked in long, covering garments, restricted in their movements and constrained in their freedoms...
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