It's 2014 and yet there are still Americans who'd really prefer working for a man, thanks very much.
New data from Fortune magazine shows that companies run by women record better stock market returns than those run by men.
Last week, Glassdoor released a list of the top 51 CEOs in America, according to approval ratings from their own employees. There are only two women on the list and few people of color.
A new study shows that female lawyers may be unpopular with legal secretaries. Is this because lady lawyers are just too busy to be nice, or because people have higher expectations of female bosses?
Archie Comics is suing to bar its co-ceo, Nancy Silberkleit from returning to the office, saying employees complained about her "offensive" behavior.
Did you know that crazy, PMS-ridden ladies aren't the only ones with "mood swings?" Apparently even men's stoic constitutions change throughout the day — and women can use this to their advantage!
In a survey by
GenderStereotypes.com UKJobs.net, a majority of respondents said they prefer male bosses because women are bitchy, unreasonable, and always on their periods.
Can you talk about how men and women manage in the workplace without resorting to gendered stereotypes? Not if you're Forbes Woman. Still, it's worth asking why so many women say they prefer to work for a man.