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The Atlantic talks about why designers are reluctant to include pockets in women’s clothes — and how it affects women at work.
Pinterest told Me To rounds up a selection of tunics that are long enough to pair well with leggings.
Fashionista presents “14 beautiful Bras for Full-Chested Women.”
Fortune reports on a study that examined the ways your spouse/partner can influence your job performance. also recently in Fortune: the word “kiddo” and women whistleblowers.
The new York Times’ You’re the boss blog asks, “Can a female boss successfully manage a chauvinist?”
A Harvard company review blogger looks into a study that showed women may be much more likely to work out salary at a new job when they’ve been told the pay is negotiable; if not, they may actually work out downward (h/t to The Broadsheet).
Above the law talks about judges who tweet.
Road Warriorette tackles deplaning etiquette.
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