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- Above the Law recently held a caption contest for the above billboard. The captions are mildly funny, but I’m curious — does it change your knee-jerk opinion (whatever it is) that the two women pictured are apparently the only owners of the firm?
- SheFinds tries to correct some bad advice you may have gotten about shopping the big sales.
- Already Pretty contributor Cassie suggests some ways to reconcile a conservative workplace and indie style (something we’ve also discussed here via guest poster Siouxsie Law).
- The Washington Post writes about the red sneaker effect; a study found that a business woman wearing red sneakers with her suit was thought to have higher rates than a business woman wearing regular shoes. Very interesting — I’ve written before about my theory about “the eccentric genius” personality, but I’ve often thought it’s much harder for women to rock.
- Is it better to get fired, or to quit? Ask a Manager answers.
- Daily Worth (via POPSUGAR Smart Living) ponders whether women should let men buy you dinner.
Finally, in Corporette news this week:
- Huge thanks to the ABA Journal for including Corporette in the list of the Top 100 Law Blawgs again this year!
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