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Hey mom, are we there yet?

March 29, 2010Theresa Flaherty, Managing Editor

I was reading the latest issue of Newsweek yesterday and one article caught my eye. It had to do with how far, and not so far, women have come in the workplace over the last 40 years. In 1970, 46 female employees ("dollies," they were called) sued Newsweek for gender discrimination. Fast-forward to 2010: Much has changed, says the article, titled "Are we there yet?" but sadly, women (everywhere, not just at the magazine) have not totally caught up. In 2010, women still earn only 77 cents on the dollar...

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Executive Session

Robert J. Samuelson, "Lord of the Rings" and the end of the world as we know it

February 25, 2010Mike Moran

I'm "working" from home today. I don't usually do that, but last week my wife and I took the kids on vacation to Arizona, and I caught the worst cold (or maybe it is the plague) of my life. That seems like some kind of perverse joke, doesn't it? Go on vacation to a warm climate to escape Maine's frigid winter and get very sick. Anyways, as I was lying on the couch this morning doped up on Tylenol, Sudafed and Robitussin (cough suppressant and expectorant),  reading through back issues of Newsweek,...

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