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Emma Hinchliffe


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Past articles by Emma:

How 3 female founders scrambled to protect their startups as SVB collapsed: ‘There was no playbook’

The collapse of Silicon Valley Bank—known for serving startups—wreaked havoc this weekend. → Read More

Melinda French Gates spotlights five women who inspire her on International Women’s Day

Melinda French Gates shares women who inspire her in honor of International Women's Day. → Read More

Former IBM CEO Ginni Rometty’s new book recounts her father leaving, her decision to not have kids, and pressure to lose weight

“You have to reveal things for people to learn,” says the former IBM CEO. → Read More

One investor wanted to back female founders so badly she overlooked red flags. Now, she hopes others can learn from her mistakes

Now, she hopes others can learn from her mistakes. → Read More

Why this company has spent 9 years trying to sell birth control pills without a prescription

Perrigo's HRA Pharma has spent nine years trying to make birth control over the counter. Here's where its moonshot stands. → Read More

How an Egyptian nonprofit leader is turning vocational education from a backup plan into a first choice

The Ghabbour Foundation trains students for the international future of the auto industry. → Read More

The only Black female president in the NFL is pushing for a more inclusive sport

Sandra Douglass Morgan is president of the Las Vegas Raiders. → Read More

YouTube star Emma Chamberlain expands her coffee company to reach a new generation of coffee drinkers

The Gen Z–focused coffee brand founded by the YouTube star aims to be in 5,000 stores by year-end. → Read More

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki’s departure costs Silicon Valley one of its most influential female executives

She famously rented her garage to Google's cofounders and became its 16th employee. → Read More

Nikki Haley would be the first woman to win the Republican nomination if she defeats Trump in the 2024 GOP primary

The former governor and ambassador to the UN is the first Trump competitor to announce her 2024 candidacy. → Read More

Marne Levine’s exit costs Meta another female leader. Meet the exec who’s taking over half her job

Nicola Mendelsohn will become head of Meta's global business group, inheriting responsibilities from departing chief business officer Marne Levine. → Read More

In his State of the Union, Biden says the U.S. must ‘finish the job’ on reproductive rights, paid leave, and childcare

The president addressed paid leave, childcare, and abortion rights in his State of the Union. → Read More

30 years after passing the Family and Medical Leave Act, the U.S. must do more to secure paid leave for all

The FMLA has been used 460 million times over 30 years. → Read More

How Southwest’s new CIO plans to rebuild the airline’s technology to earn back customers’ trust

Lauren Woods' first priority as CIO is fixing the problems revealed by December's Southwest meltdown. → Read More

How Vicki Hollub’s Occidental Petroleum rejoined the ranks of the World’s Most Admired Companies

Occidental Petroleum made it back on Fortune's list of the World's Most Admired Companies after a challenging two years away. → Read More

Why men weaponize strategic incompetence—and how one man learned to stop

"Male mediocrity" is far from harmless in the workplace. → Read More

Tracee Ellis Ross fought for 10 years to build a brand that would honor Black and textured hair

Pattern Beauty debuted its first heat tool this month. → Read More

This CEO thought she understood the reality of caregiving for employees—until she became a caregiver herself

Sarahjane Sacchetti will step down as CEO of Cleo to become chief business officer after caring for a parent with ALS. → Read More

Taylor Swift got senators to agree on a rare bipartisan issue

Lawmakers on the Senate Judiciary Committee are examining whether Live Nation has a monopoly on ticketing. → Read More

OnlyFans CEO Amrapali Gan didn’t follow the typical path to the corner office—but she’s not leading a typical company

Amrapali Gan says she's "clearing up misconceptions" about the platform known as a home for adult content. → Read More