Weekly News Update

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  • New York magazine’s The Strategist dishes on sunscreens for various needs and skin types.
  • Although we missed it in April, Business Insider reports that 400 Payless shoe stores were set to close. (Updated list.)
  • Bust magazine shares beauty tips from the lovely Niecy Nash, who’s starring in the new show, Claws, premiering on TNT on June 11.
  • On the heels of an office shooting in Orlando earlier this week, consider these suggestions from Tip Hero on what to do if you find yourself in a similar situation in the workplace.
  • Inc. shares helpful hints on how to be productive on a plane if the airline bans laptops on board.
  • Forbes shares the “Court Lobster Strategy” as a way to gain confidence and head off imposter syndrome.
  • Entrepreneur breaks down a new study that finds, “while top students generally go on to be successful, few of them go on to achieve the kind of wild success most of us dream of.”
  • The Guardian reports, “a female engineer at Tesla who accused the car manufacturer of ignoring her complaints of sexual harassment and paying her less than her male counterparts has been fired in what her lawyer alleges was an act of retaliation.”
  • NPR reports that Uber has fired 20 employees after an internal investigation that followed an employee’s blog post about sexual harassment.
  • BU Today, the alumni magazine for Boston University, tells the story of the inspirational lawyer who was the model for Wonder Woman.
  • New York magazine’s Vulture lists numerous Netflix series that won’t be getting new seasons.
  • Laugh of the Week: McSweeney’s presents Daily Affirmations for Social Media Users.
  • Quote of the Week: “Sometimes the biggest disappointment leads you to the right place.” – Carey Graeber. (Pin-ready image after the jump!)

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Here at Corporette® we love this quote by Carey Graeber: "Sometimes the biggest disappointment leads you to the right place."

Comments

  1. I read the p’ost about working mom’s who work in the goverment, and it was VERY interesting. I hope to be a working mom soon, tho I need to get married and have a baby first. The other blog is very focused, Kat, and you have a nack for writing great blogs on the topic. I hope to be able to help out on that blog site as soon as I am a mother. For now, I will stay on this web blog and help out the other single and professional women with their probelem’s. YAY!!!!!

  2. This isn’t new but for working parents of school aged kids, it’s spot on hysterical:https://www.mcsweeneys.net/articles/are-you-sure-there-isnt-something-else-i-can-do-before-the-end-of-the-school-year

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