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From spa days to evening strolls, these strategies may be your best bet for avoiding burnout.
This is the headquarters of Bumble, the two-year-old dating app created by Ms. Wolfe, in which women must make the first move
Carrie Kerpen talks work fashion choices and their influences with her podcast contributors, including Meredith Fineman.
Confronting the city's bifurcated nature — Meredith Fineman weighs in.
Three Millennial women founders candidly share their best techniques in firing clients with grace, including spotting “red flags” that show up when a client isn’t a good fit.
Meredith Fineman, a Washington DC-native, works with professional women, arming them with tools they can use to combat subtly sexist work spaces.
Do you want to be perceived as that available by responding immediately? Or will you forget to reply altogether if you don’t do it fast? Meredith Fineman weighs in.
Tiffany Yannetta asks Meredith Racked's most frequently asked questions, like which brands have the highest demand and how much you can expect to get back.
Creative professionals are inundated with info on an hourly basis. So how can journalists and their colleagues promote their work so it stands out from all the noise?
We asked writers and thinkers to tell us: what were the most important events of 2015 - and what weren't?
Never has there ever been a more exceptional way to show support for a presidential candidate until now.
The TechBitch is any bad ass woman who works in tech, with tech, or simply uses tech to enhance her life. The trick is whether you use your TechBitch power and knowledge for good or for evil, writes 'The Knockoff' co-author Jo Piazza.
Personal branding expert Meredith Fineman explains why women need to brag more and how to do it gracefully.
Meredith Fineman, writing in Harvard Business Review, lays out what you need to think about while sprucing up your professional bio.
In our oversaturated digital media age, the matter of personal branding is a very serious one that can affect every stage of a professional’s career.
Meredith Fineman, founder/CEO of Finepoint Digital, shares about the fear of failure, and the voice that suggests it’s easier to just quit.
Meredith is profiled by Elizabeth Plank, Senior Editor of Mic
Zee profiles Meredith and her passion for teaching women to brag about their achievements and be confident in their careers
Meredith weighs in through her work in the Harvard Business Review
The field is nearly two-thirds female. Is it because of a lack of better options—or is it, in fact, the best possible option?
Vivian Giang asks Meredith about the path to her success
Stephanie Walden interviews Meredith about budgeting for a small business.
We know that HBIC is a hefty title. But if anyone can live up to it, it’s Meredith Fineman, founder and CEO of Finepoint PR
Meredith discusses the ladies who inspired and sustained her this year.
Meredith is profiled as someone to watch in the upcoming year.
Meredith discusses how dialogue impacts the professional world
Fineman is a Renaissance woman without spreading herself too thin
Ann Friedman talks with Meredith about the realities of the PR Industry