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Burcu Noyan


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Past articles by Burcu:

Bright Horizons Family Solutions

Employees say: “Bright Horizons truly cares for its employees, families, and children. Through regular trainings for staff and webinars for families, the opportunity to grow as an employee or parent is ever-evident. → Read More

Navy Federal Credit Union

Employees say: "We are all friends, and we all help each other to create the best work. My manager cares about me and takes time to ask me if I feel overwhelmed and, if I do, how can she help me, and my upper level management (VPs, AVPs) take time to reach out to me to let me know how my work has ma... → Read More

Wegmans Food Markets

Employees say: "It's not a 'good old boys' club. I am proud of that." "One of the company's beliefs is that 'we can achieve our goal only if we fulfill the needs of our own people,' and the company truly lives by it. → Read More

Pinnacle Financial Partners

Employees say: "This the best career move I have ever made in my life. I am so excited to come to work each day because I work for a company that genuinely cares about me, my family, and my career. We are a big happy family, and I can see myself never leaving this company. → Read More

Cooley Financials and News

Employees say: "It is clear that the people here are truly comfortable being themselves and being 'real' people and that they appreciate the same qualities in the people around them. → Read More

Edward Jones Financials and News

Employees say: "I worked for publicly-traded companies for 25-plus years. Edward Jones as a partnership has a deep cultural heritage that creates a completely different career experience for the associates. → Read More

Texas Health Resources

Employees say: "There is strong support for professional growth. Ideas, thoughts, and questions are encouraged, and there are opportunities for improvement. Directors and administrators take opportunities to teach and provide a well-rounded job experience. → Read More

100 Best Workplaces for Women

Our annual list of the 100 Best Workplaces for Women highlights companies with generous benefits, flexible schedules, and an emphasis on balancing work and life. → Read More

40 Under 40: The Most Influential Young People in Business 2017

Read on to meet these disruptors, innovators, rebels and artists—and prepare to be inspired. → Read More

40 Under 40: The Most Influential Young People in Business 2017

Read on to meet these disruptors, innovators, rebels and artists—and prepare to be inspired. → Read More

Leila Janah

Janah's Samasource is on track to pull in $15 million in revenue this year by setting up workers in Kenya, Uganda, India, and other underprivileged parts of the world as remote freelancers for the tech sector, an arrangement that boosts their average wages from less than $2.50 a day to more than $8. → Read More

Emily Weiss

The brains behind the beauty upstart Glossier, Weiss has built her company into a millennial obsession, offering an array of natural-looking products on a tech-savvy platform. Announcing the company's fresh $24 million Series B fundraising round, Weiss wrote, "Glossier is cult, it's not niche. → Read More

Rishi Shah and Shradha Agarwal

This more than 10-year-old health-tech firm, helmed by CEO Shah -- a college dropout (pictured right) -- and president Agarwal, raised the kind of money that unicorns dream about earlier this year, bringing in over $500 million at a valuation of more than $5 billion. → Read More

Helmy Eltoukhy and AmirAli Talasaz

Guardant's founders Eltoukhy and Talasaz want to remake cancer screening with their "liquid biopsy" technology, which can sniff out DNA fragments in the blood that indicate cancer-related biological markers. The method has drawn plenty of interest -- and capital -- despite initial skepticism. → Read More

Julia Hartz

Hartz has worn many hats at Eventbrite. Together with her now husband, Kevin, she cofounded the online ticketing startup in 2006. In those early days, she fielded customer support calls (often late at night). → Read More

Ryan Cohen

At just 32, Cohen has already made history. He dropped out of college to build Chewy, alongside cofounder Michael Day, and quietly built the Florida-based online pet retailer into one of the fastest-growing e-commerce websites in the world. → Read More

Michelle Zatlyn

Cloudflare tangles with some of the nastiest people on the web, defending its massive customer base from cyber-bad guys of all stripes. So it's no surprise that Zatlyn credits grit as her most critical personal quality: helping propel her from a small town in Saskatchewan, Canada, to Harvard Busines... → Read More

Tristan Walker

After creating a sensation a few years ago with Bevel, a line of shaving items for black men that reduces razor bumps, serial entrepreneur Walker is back with Form, a line of shampoos, conditioners, and other products aimed at a wide array of hair textures. Walker & Co. → Read More

Ernie Garcia, Ryan Keeton, and Ben Huston

Garcia was working at an auto-financing company when he saw an opportunity in updating the car-buying experience that was "so big and so clear" he jumped. → Read More

Amber Baldet

Baldet is here to smash any preconceptions you might have had about the banking industry. She leads the team at that's developing Quorum, one of the most exciting corporate blockchain projects around. The open-source code is based on Ethereum (see entry No. → Read More