Weekly News Update

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  • New York magazine rounds up some stylish cruelty-free/vegan fashion.
  • A Harvard Business Review blogger reports on a new study that reveals how past participation in sports plays a role for female C-suite executives and the women they hire.
  • According to The Washington Post’s On Leadership blog, the majority of Americans would prefer not to relocate out of the country for work. (Would you? Have you?)
  • PopSugar Smart Living brings you some crowdsourced advice on getting a raise.
  • Politico talks to Fortune’s Senior Editor at Large, Pattie Sellers (h/t to The Broadsheet).
  • The Simple Dollar gives you 15 ways of tackling student loans.
  • The Atlantic takes a look at the widespread misogyny and violent threats against women on social media.
  • Too busy for a book club? A Cup of Jo has an idea for you: an articles club.
  • Worried about Ebola? PBS NewsHour tells you about six diseases that you should be worried about instead.

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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 Business Review blogger looks into a study that showed women may be more likely to negotiate salary at a new job when they’ve been told the pay is negotiable; if not, they may actually negotiate downward (h/t to The Broadsheet).
  • Above the Law talks about judges who tweet.
  • Road Warriorette tackles deplaning etiquette.

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  • Lucky rounds up 14 budget-friendly drugstore beauty products for fall.
  • Naomi Alder writes for Medium about working in the tech industry and finding herself playing the stereotypical roles that others expect. And in The New York Times, a geobiology professor writes about the prevalence of sexual assault against female scientists working in the field and how it’s changed the course of her research.
  • Inc. gives you tips on ways to signal power with your body language, voice, and more.
  • Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg explains to The New Yorker why she is not planning on retiring anytime soon.
  • Business Insider finds out what nine successful people, like Mark Cuban, Tim Ferriss, and Debbi Fields (the Mrs. Fields), wish they’d known about personal finance in their 20s.
  • The New Yorker has a very honest, heartfelt essay about the writer’s difficult decision whether or not to have children — and the local kids she tries to help in the meantime. New York Magazine gathers some thoughts from famous women — from Margaret Cho to Gloria Steinem — on choosing not to have kids.
  • SheKnows gives advice to a woman whose boyfriend’s controlling ways with money seem to be creating an abusive situation.
  • Jill Lepore at The New Yorker delves into the surprising and fascinating history — and evolution — of Wonder Woman.
  • Which are better for drying your hands, paper towels or hand dryers? Lifehacker tackles this eternal question — and even links to a TEDx talk about the subject. (Spoiler: paper towels are slightly better.)

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tumi salePsst: One of the items in Amazon’s lightning sale is this Tumi brief (pictured) — another one goes on sale at 2 PM.  The pictured one is 40% off — was $325 now $195; available in five colors.

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  • Halloween will be here in no time. Are you looking for a unique costume idea? Perhaps … the lawyer for The Bangles, circa 1988? Actress Noomi Rapace shows you how its done at Go Fug Yourself.
  • Fortune looks at the disappointing but not entirely surprising differences between feedback given to men and to women during performance reviews.
  • Business Insider offers advice on words and phrases you should never include on your LinkedIn profile.
  • Fast Company tells you about several companies who are looking at “work/life balance” in new ways.
  • Road Warriorette gives some helpful tips on making travel a little less stressful. (What are yours?)
  • One more from Fast Company: a peek at a new dating site called “Jess, Meet Ken” that lets women virtually set up other women with guys they’d vouch for.

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  • Forbes introduces you to MICA, the new “smart bracelet” from Intel.
  • Check out Kat’s advice in this Real Simple article about workwear fashion and this Reading Eagle story about tattoos at the office.
  • Time offers a list of five simple emails you should send regularly, ranging from a note of thanks to a coworker to a message to a friend inviting her to coffee.
  • Popforms gives some advice on how to handle being fired and then move on.
  • The Wall Street Journal hears from “the Accelerators,” its startup mentor panel, on gender imbalance among entrepreneurs and how to tackle it.
  • The Washington Post reports that the states in the Northeast offer women the best opportunities for employment and earnings. The top-ranking “state,” however, is Washington, D.C., with neighbors Maryland and Virginia close behind, in the number-two and number-four spots, respectively.
  • Above the Law looks at the results from the American Lawyer’s 2014 Associate Survey.
  • PopSugar Smart Living tells us about a new job hunting app called Poacht.
  • NPR talks to a University of Chicago law professor about those terms of service agreements that almost everyone agrees to without reading. (Do you?)

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  • We talked about using maternity leave to learn something (TED talks? Coursera?) — when we’re not giving our brains a much-needed break by binge-watching “Gilmore Girls,” of course.
  • Check out Kat’s recent recs for moms and non-moms alike.

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