Franklin Resources CEO Jenny Johnson named 'Financial Woman of the Year' - San Francisco Business Times
By Mark Calvey Senior Reporter, San Francisco Business Times
Do Men Have the Guts to Push for Parental Leave?
Parental leave has been placed firmly in the spotlight this week with the news that the U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg took leave for the birth and adoption of his twins.
Female directors wait longer than men for their big break, report reveals
Television documentary teams in Britain today are full of ambitious and capable women but most of them have to wait much longer than their male colleagues to become directors and earn a bigger wage.
IOC concerned by FIFA push for biennial World Cup - Soccer News
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) wants discussions to be held over FIFA's plan to stage the men's World Cup every two years instead of four.
Biennial World Cup plan worries IOC
The International Olympic Committee believes Fifa's plans to hold a men's World Cup every two years pose a threat to other sports and gender equality.
Buccaneers removing all memory of Jon Gruden
The fact that Gruden felt comfortable sending such emails is a concern to say the least, but that's a story for another day.
Dads Are Finally Starting To Spend More Time With Their Kids
Dads might still be seen by many as little more than glorified babysitters or second-string parents, but a new report shows they're slowly assuming their fair share of the parenting pie.
The New, Unexpected Science of Families
In 2018, parents were, as ever, busy. Scientists were busy too-studying child development, marriage, and how our bodies and minds fit into the intergenerational puzzle that is family.
Why Men Who Earn Less Still Do Less Housework
Dads may be able to buy their way out of doing the laundry, vacuuming, and other housework.
New Japan PM to call snap election on 31 October, say reports
Japan's new prime minister, Fumio Kishida, has decided to seek an early public mandate, amid reports that he is about to call an election for the end of the month, several weeks earlier than expected.