There’s a new sheriff in the business world – mom.
More and more mothers are starting companies, because they can set their own terms. The boss can take the afternoon off to go on a class field trip without having to explain her actions to anyone. Nice gig, huh?
Lots of professional women think so. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, firms that are 50 percent or more female-owned account for a whopping 46 percent of all privately held U.S. firms.
Let’s bring it down to the micro level and look at a case study.
Jennifer Noonan, a former public...