On the same day he joins Twitter, the Berkshire Hathaway CEO calls for men in corporate America to help their female counterparts succeed.
A Brooklyn-based real estate agency offers staffers a hefty pay increase if they get inked with the firm's logo.
The troubled electronics titan's CEO and other honchos declined bonuses worth 30% to 50% of their pay as their products lose ground.
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Top execs in the US earn an average of 204 times more than their rank-and-file employees -- and that's a conservative estimate.
The Internet giant will offer new moms a generous 16 weeks of paid time off. Is it enough to quell the backlash from CEO Marissa Mayer's work-from-home ban?
Bureau of Labor Statistics data show some intriguing trends, but they don't get to the heart of the real question: Why do moms earn less?
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