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Malaysia has one of the biggest gender gaps in South-east Asia, and places in the bottom half of WEF’s Global Gender Index

The World Economic Forum (WEF) estimates that the overall gender gap in the world will take 99.5 years to close.
Gates was named "the most powerful woman in philanthropy" by Forbes in 2018 for her work as the co-chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Melinda Gates just promised to put $1 billion towards gender equality over the next 10 years, and she says she has 3 priorities she wants to focus on

"I want to see more women in the position to make decisions, control resources, and shape policies and perspectives," Melinda Gates wrote in Time.

5 years after Facebook exec Sheryl Sandberg’s famous book told women to ‘lean in,’ it appears that advice might do more harm than go...

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg changed the conversation about gender equality in the workplace with her book "Lean In." But a recent study is casting doubt upon how helpful her signature advice really is.

When companies are in crisis, female CEOs are more likely to be blamed than male CEOs

A new study found that female CEOs were blamed as the source of the crisis in 80% of news stories, while male CEOs were only blamed 31% of the time.

The internet is outraged by a male venture capitalist’s op-ed suggesting women in tech hide their identities

John Greathouse, a Silicon Valley venture capitalist, wrote a Wall Street Journal op-ed about gender bias in tech and what women can do to solve it.

The gender pay gap is bad in some states and worse in others

Pay gaps range from women making 65% of what men earn in Louisiana to 90% in Washington, D.C.

A top Hollywood agent reveals why actresses are really paid less

The deeper problem in Hollywood is that "women all across the board are just not valued," according to one insider.

There’s a war on the way women talk — and it needs to end

Women face gender inequality virtually everywhere they turn — but telling them to monitor and alter how they speak is not the solution.

Hollywood executives held a secret meeting about gender bias and created a plan to solve it

A two-day meeting brought together 44 of Hollywood's biggest players to solve gender bias.