Stock Market Reaches Record Highs, UK Unveils Plan to Combat Sexism In Advertising

  • MARKET MOVES: The NASDAQ and NYSE - two major benchmarks for the U.S. stock market - hit all time highs this week. This bull market doesn't seem like it's ending any time soon. 
  • CONFRONTING BIAS: Ever wonder how to deal with gender bias in the workplace? Inc. has you covered this week. 
  • BRAIN DRAIN: Ever feel exhausted after staring at your computer all day? It's mental exhaustion, and it can make you feel especially tired because the brain uses a ton of your body's energy. 
  • NO MORE SEXISM: So says Britain's advertising watchdog group. The Advertising Standards Agency has undertaken a review of advertising for gender stereotyping. 
  • BEST JOBS FOR WOMEN: Ever wonder what companies treat women the best? Fairy Godboss has a list of the best as of 2016. 
  • DOWNWARD STOCK: Yoga giant YogaWorks postponing its plan for an initial public offering because of "current market conditions." 
  • ACTIVIST EXIT: Activist investor Jana Partners has exited its investment in Whole Foods following Amazon's takeover of the company. Jana had owned an 8.2% stake, worth roughly $300 million.

- Alicia McElhaney / She Spends Issue #12