Immigrant Family Separation Policy Costs Taxpayers Millions, Goldman Sachs Announces $500 Million Investment in Women

  • IMMIGRANT FAMILIES: This week's headlines focused on the 2,000 children who have been separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border. Not only is the move deeply concerning, but it also costs a lot of money, Vox reports. Though President Donald Trump signed an executive order that will stop children from being separated from their families, there are still many who have yet to be reunited with their parents.
  • FINDING MEANING IN ADULTHOOD: As we delay marriage and having children, many women are finding different ways to measure adulthood milestones, Bustle reports. 
  • GOOD ON GOLDMAN: Goldman Sachs announced this week that it will invest $500 million in businesses and financial products run by women, according toBloomberg
  • INTERNET TAX: The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that internet retailers must collect sales taxes in states where they have no physical presence, the New York Times reports.
  • INTEL ISSUES: Intel's chief executive officer Brian Krzanich resigned Thursday after it came to light that he had a consensual relationship with an employee that the company found to be in violation of its code of conduct, Reuters reports. 

- Alicia McElhaney / She Spends Issue #59

 Illustration by Eleanor Taylor 

Illustration by Eleanor Taylor