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Kayla Abramowitz was named the Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) Saunders Scholarship winner, after pitching her non-profit Kayla Cares 4 Kids.
The U.S. ranks first in a ranking of nations in their support of high-potential women.
In developing countries, women have 25% less access to Internet access than men. Intel's new "She Will Connect" initiative could reduce the gap.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s newest research report, From Millions to Billions: Scaling Up Women’s Empowerment Globally investigates the status of women-owned businesses in Mexico.
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