- Glamour reported that Sephora announced its new class of beauty founders from its incubator program, which now focuses entirely on BIPOC-owned brands.
- i-D rounded up 14 of the best fashion documentaries to stream.
- Fast Company explained why Zoom fatigue can be self-fulfilling.
- The Globe and Mail revealed that female partners earned nearly 25% less than their male colleagues at one of Canada’s largest business law practices.
- Today reported that Whitney Wolfe Herd, the 31-year-old founder and CEO of Bumble, became a billionaire as her company went public this week — and brought her 1-year-old to ring the opening bell. A week earlier, the W Fund announced its Emerging Tech Grants Program — “to fund the next billionaires led by women and BIPOC.”
- Crooked focused on the overlooked role of Black Greek organizations.
- The Wall Street Journal noted that Amazon, Walmart, and other companies are using AI to decide whether it’s worth it to process a return, telling some customers to just keep the items.
- The Washington Post‘s Carolyn Hax replied to a reader who asked about planning to get pregnant “accidentally.”
- The Today Show spoke with this week’s viral internet star, Cat Lawyer.
- Your Laugh of the Week comes from Baroness von Sketch Show, with “Peak Cute.” (Thanks to a reader for sharing!)
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On CorporetteMoms Recently…
- We asked readers how their work-life boundaries are going right now.
- We offered some clothes for working moms, including some maternity basics and washable workwear.