IBM is laying off people over the age of 40 in droves. They claim it’s a matter of skills, not age—but is age discrimination really at play here?
From sexism to (ridiculously) small desks, she overcame it all and rose from underdog to top dog. Sheila Weller explores why this dynamo is the perfect person for the job.
A new study says that a large contingent of retirees wishes they were still in the workforce—with one very specific demand.
Step aside, Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle! It’s actually someone twice their age.
NPR’s Jackie Northam spent years reporting on the horrors of war. But then she faced a moment when she knew she’d had enough, and like many of us, needed to create a new chapter.
Uh-oh. Are you among the millions of Americans who haven’t saved enough for retirement? Hear how civic leader Kathleen Kennedy Townsend is planning to fix that.
The tech exec is currently under fire for behavior unbecoming to a feminist icon. What can her experience teach us?
Who says people over 50 can’t start a digital business? Lucy Danziger did—and here she tells Jeannie Ralston how she built a shopping (and gift buying) platform from the ground up.
The rate of people age 65 and over filing for bankruptcy has tripled since 1991. Here’s why and what you can do if you’re under financial stress.
Typecast in Hollywood as a “blonde bombshell” Rhonda Shear wore a lot of lingerie. She ended up turning her familiarity with undergarments into a multimillion dollar business.