Whether you’re ready for it or not, 2013 is off to a running start. What’s been making news so far this year? Well, it’s Wednesday, so we have some interesting stories for you:
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If Sam’s Club were its own company, instead of a subsidiary to Wal-Mart, Rosalind Brewer would be a Fortune 50 CEO. Even without that distinction, Brewer runs a $50 billion business.
While the holiday break is normally a slow time for news, we still found a few notable stories worth sharing in the past two weeks.
Free Enterprise has an informative article, discussing how job growth and revenue are being driven by female entrepreneurs.
Next month marks the year-anniversary of the debut of Anne Doyle’s book Powering Up: How America’s Women Achievers Become Leaders.
The middle of the week always brings interesting and relevant headlines from the business world. Here’s what we’ve been reading: