How to tell your boss you're not coming back after having a baby.
OPINION: The split of equity in a young firm needs to be hashed out early and honestly, writes columnist Dan Khan.
It's tough getting up for work in the small hours, especially as a new parent, but it can make for a flexible lifestyle.
We know it's not brain surgery, or running a nation, or being a judge, but being a parent is a relentless and often thankless undertaking.
Jessica Alba's eco-friendly baby products company has secured another US$25m in funding.
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A real-life princess, a pony and heartbreak are the key ingredients of New Zealand author Stacy Gregg's latest bestseller The Princess and the Foal.
There are many wonderful things about being a stay-at-home parent, but constantly feeling overwhelmed by the never-ending work isn't one of them.
Acclaimed Australian fashion designer Collette Dinnigan has decided family time comes first.
Turning up to work with children in tow can be hard for all concerned, but sometimes parents don't have a choice.
These vices will put the kybosh on your advancement and send you to the corporate sin-bin.
"The minute I knew I was pregnant, my first thought was 'yay' and my second thought was 'oh crap, I just killed my business'."
One stressed mum realised you really do need a village to raise kids, so she organised a street gang of mums to help each other out.
I want Tom to feel as if anything that he wants to do is achievable – not that he needs to sit around for "when he wins Lotto".
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes baby in the carriage (and deadlines, bills and endless emails).
It's easy to feel superior about our parenting choices, but how much is due to our ideals and how much due to circumstance?
Joanna Coles, the busiest woman in publishing, is on a mission to keep politicians out of the bedroom.
A Chevron Australia recruitment form asks applicants how many stillbirths they have had, among other invasive questions.
Mum of three Elizabeth Barbalich started a skincare range in her kitchen. Now it's a global success story.
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