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Kristen Bellstrom


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Recent articles by Kristen:

Instagram launches IGTV ads with revenue sharing for creators

The Facebook-owned app is offering new options for influencers to make money. → Read More

'On the Record' doc about Russell Simmons proves #MeToo is here to stay

The film, featuring three women who accused Russell Simmons of sexual assault, premieres today. → Read More

Instagram is scary good at selling us stuff. Can the app keep it up?

The photo app contributed roughly a quarter of Facebook's total revenue last year. → Read More

Could changing workplaces to respond to coronavirus pave the way for more sexual harassment?

A new op-ed from Anita Hill raises questions about the unintended consequences of new workplace safety policies. → Read More

Chrissy Taylor is leading Enterprise through a pandemic

The Broadsheet talks to the women leading through the coronavirus. → Read More

The coronavirus is unfairly hurting women in yet another way

A new survey finds that 14% of women have considered quitting during the pandemic over family responsibilities. → Read More

AMD CEO Lisa Su is one of three female CEOs in the Fortune 500

Lisa Su talks about leading Advanced Micro Devices through a turnaround—and a pandemic. → Read More

Reese Witherspoon's free dress for teachers mess: What brands can learn

How Draper James' free dresses for teachers giveaway went awry. → Read More

The world should have seen the surge in coronavirus domestic violence coming

It's another dangerous side effect of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

The female politicians leading through the coronavirus crisis

From the U.S. to Norway to New Zealand, female leaders are stepping up. → Read More

Fortune readers share their productivity tips for working from home

From making a schedule, to avoiding stress triggers, the best 'to-do' apps, Broadsheet subscribers share their tips. → Read More

A first responder spouse talks about planning for when—not if—the virus strikes

"We just had a talk as a family about what happens *when* he comes down with coronavirus." → Read More

What it's like to be a first responder family living in coronavirus hot spot

Margaret Arakawa is CMO of Seattle-based tech startup Outreach. Her husband Brad is a firefighter and paramedic in Everett, Washington. → Read More

Marillyn Hewson, CEO of Lockheed Martin and Fortune's Most Powerful Woman, steps down

After 7 years running Lockheed Martin, Hewson will depart in June. → Read More

Can the Harvey Weinstein sentence take #MeToo to the next level?

From the heights of Hollywood to a 23-year prison sentence. → Read More

Is a female vice presidential nominee progress—or window dressing?

A woman could end up in the No. 2 spot on the Democratic ticket. Should we celebrate? → Read More

It’s okay to say ‘no, thanks’ to the next rung in the career ladder

Sometimes it's just not the right moment to take the next step. → Read More

Warren persists. Will Super Tuesday be her big break—or will it break her campaign?

With Sen. Amy Klobuchar out, two women remain in the Democratic race. → Read More

Taylor Swift takes on toxic masculinity—and takes control of her own image

Taylor Swift's new video for The Man marks her directorial debut. → Read More

The cononavirus tests pregnant women in China

The coronavirus outbreak has created frightening hurdles for pregnant women in China. → Read More