As companies embrace the use of data, hiring more data scientists, a roadblock persists around sharing that data. It requires too much copying and pasting and manual work. The round was led by Amplify Partners, with help from Box Group, XYZ, Data Community Fund, Operator Collective and a variety of individual investors.
Marta is Brazil’s record scorer, male or female, with 109 international goals. She’s also the World Cup’s record scorer, male or female, with 17. Pelé himself dubbed her “Pelé in skirts.”
The transgender activist and children's book author recalled a dark moment in her life that prevented her from competing in soccer.
Staley and Arizona's Adia Barnes are making history.
The pandemic-induced recession has led to a jarring amount of Black women to declare bankruptcy, according to a report by nonprofit bankruptcy startup Upsolve.
Ariana Grande will replace Nick Jonas on "The Voice." Blake Shelton, John Legend and Kelly Clarkson are returning.
Roots of Fight also released a limited edition line celebrating civil rights hero Rosa Parks and revered author Maya Angelou.
For as important as the USWNT's voice has been in the fight for gender equality, it's been less pronounced on the issues of race. Over the last year, that's changed.
Kim Janey made history this month — becoming the first woman and first Black mayor of Boston since the city was incorporated in 1822.
Wolfe Espinosa Villegas feels it's her duty "as a human being and as a trans person" to speak out against the bill.
Deonna Purrazzo, 27, is the reigning IMPACT Wrestling Knockouts Champion and among the most talented performers in her industry. Here is her story — in her own words — of overcoming adversity in what was, until recently, a male-dominated business.
Changed the Game: Yani Tseng quickly found success, but took years to fully realize her love for golf
Now, 10 years after her rise to the top of the LPGA, Tseng is back — but this time, she's got a new attitude, a healthy mindset, and she's doing it all for herself.
The music icon earned four wins for the 2021 event.
The "Dancing With the Devil" singer, 28, has long been candid about her sexuality, but she's publicly sharing the label she identifies with.
When Richards attempted to apply for the 1976 U.S. Open, the USTA refused to let her compete unless she took a chromosome test that affirmed her gender.
The singer says "love must look good on me," crediting relationship with Blake Shelton for her glow.
She is a Texas A&M women’s basketball team alum, a former WNBA executive, a WNBA champion with the Indiana Fever and the first female assistant GM in NBA history.
EQT Ventures, an investment firm based in Europe that has raised more than €1.2 billion ($1.4 billion USD), announced that it has promoted Laura Yao to partner. At the same time, the firm announced it recently hired Anne Raimondi, former SVP of Operations at Zendesk, as operating partner. The company is based in Stockholm, with offices in London, Berlin, Paris, Amsterdam and Luxembourg.
On top of tournament inequities, the NCAA's arcane NIL rules hurt women's basketball players most, too
Eight of the 10 most-followed basketball players who reached the Elite Eight this season on Instagram and Twitter are women. If only they could leverage that popularity.
The supermodel used the hashtag "Sexy has no expiration date" on her post.
Three-sport champion Candace Cable has exerted as much energy training as an athlete as she has working as an advocate for adaptive athletes' equality.
Riot Grrrl pioneer Kathleen Hanna talks slut shaming, equal pay and 'Moxie' message: 'If it's not intersectional, it's not feminism'
The Bikini Girl frontwoman discusses how her concept of feminism has evolved since the '90s and why there's no such thing as a "post-feminist society."
Tina Turner bids farewell to public eye with 'Tina,' a touching HBO doc that reflects on her tragic and triumphant life
"Tina" directors Dan Lindsay and T.J. Martin talk about their enlightening HBO Tina Turner documentary.
From a UConn legend to the program's latest superstar.
As a working mother, Meena Harris is trying to survive amidst mess and chaos: 'I’m just taking it day by day'
“We need healthcare for all, we need a minimum wage that is a living wage, we need childcare, we need so much.”
On Friday's Tamron Hall Show, the singer and actress, 40, was asked if she's seen the "Framing Britney Spears" doc, but said no, as it would be too triggering.