Catch up on a deluge of sexual harassment disclosures from banks and regulators. Brace yourself — it gets ugly, with rape and strangulation among the lowlights. Then marvel at how one fintech CEO who fell early in the #MeToo era engineered a fast comeback. Plus valuable insight on anger.
Goldman’s next CEO pushes for more women in senior roles. Fifth Third’s program to retain new moms is working. And there’s good news and bad news at Bank of America, as it bulks up on female summer interns but pays out millions to an exec fired over sexual harassment claims.
A Chicago bank isn't afraid of taking on competitors that spend billions on technology. A state regulator is afraid of giving fintech startups too much latitude. Yet another one of our Most Powerful Women retires. Plus, blockchain's leading ladies, the fallout from a big political upset and a tool to help you stop apologizing.
Starling's Anne Boden and Mastercard's Ann Cairns have a similar warning for the banking and tech sectors. Facebook scolds activist investor Natasha Lamb for being "not nice." And some big Most Powerful Women moves, as Catherine Keating takes a new CEO job and Kathie Andrade exits TIAA.
HSBC's Mary Kate Loftus and Popular's Camille Burckhart are digital banker standouts. RBC fires U.S. CEO over an affair with his employee, amid a #MeToo attitude adjustment. And, what's the best time careerwise for women to have children?
Bankers to British royalty are not so decorous. Aussies play the (gender) blame game, after AMP fiasco. NYSE's Stacey Cunningham could be standing on a cliff. And, what’s with the men of "Arrested Development"?
Even as Jamie Dimon touts the female leadership at his company, it lags in one key area. But JPMorgan women are making strides in particular with blockchain initiatives, and Amber Baldet finally shares what she is working on. Plus, heels or flats?
JPMorgan Chase’s Thasunda Duckett is living her ancestors’ wildest dreams; Morgan Stanley could take a lesson from Citi on reining in rainmakers; and Jelena McWilliams faces tough choices at the FDIC. Plus, babysitting gets approved as a new type of campaign expense.
One woman's legal battle of more than a decade could develop into one of the biggest gender discrimination lawsuits to hit Wall Street. Bank of America faces a complaint after its sexual harassment ouster, and loses another top female executive. Plus, lots of tech initiatives.
Nine female crypto leaders are profiled in Glamour magazine. Nasdaq’s Adena Friedman can envision it being a crypto exchange someday. Some banks in Brazil show progress on overcoming a sexist culture. Also, moms react to Kate Middleton.