Insys CEO Ousted, Sensor Proves Gender Gap At Work

  • DRUG CONSPIRACY: The founder of drugmaker Insys Therapeutics, has been arrested and charged in a conspiracy to profit from illegally distributing a pain-relieving dose of fentanyl called Subsys, according to STAT News.
  • FORTUNE FOUR: A new report from The Atlantic shows that there are just four black CEOs at Fortune 500 companies. Yikes. 
  • SENSOR STUDY: A new study used sensors to show that men and women are treated differently in the workplace, per Harvard Business Review.
  • WHITE PRIVILEGE: Bitches Get Riches, one of our favorite personal finance blogs, shared a post on the financial advantages of being white. 
  • ANGELA ASCENDANT: Meet the woman behind the way you buy your iPhone, Angela Ahrendts, Apple's senior vice president of retail, in this Buzzfeed profile. 
  • RETAIL SHAKEUP: Amanda, our editor, covered the New Jersey Macy's store that's a test tube for new concepts in Racked. Macy's has been struggling to keep up with its e-commerce peers, so it's important to watch changes it may make, like these.
  • BLACK WOMEN IN TECH: We love this roundup by Create & Cultivate of five black women in tech who are about to be powerhouses. 
  • THIN ICE: Ever struggle to read your boss' signals at work? This Wall Street Journal report is for you.

- Alicia McElhaney / She Spends Issue #26

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