Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella quickly walked back some comments he made on women asking for raises, calling what he said "inarticulate." Nadella suggested that female professionals should avoid asking for more money because it will lead to "good karma" later.
There’s controversy surrounding the firing of the first female executive editor for The New York Times. There are reports that say Jill Abramson was fired after asking for equal pay to her male predecessor.
The Outnumbered panel, including #Oneluckyguy Tucker Carlson, held a spirited debate about the departure of Jill Abramson from the New York Times. Abramson, the first female to serve as the paper's top editor, was let go by company and it comes amid reports that she was pushing for a salary equal to her male predecessor.
Charles Krauthammer said on tonight’s “Special Report” that the Democratic Party’s push for equal pay is about the midterm elections, calling it “totally rubbish.”
One of the most powerful women in business will sit down for a one-on-one with Megyn on tomorrow night’s “The Kelly File.”
From equal pay to Jeb Bush and the 2016 election, Texas Senator Ted Cruz (R) joined Your World with Neil Cavuto to discuss political hot topics.
Laura Ingraham reacted today on Fox and Friends, disputing the oft-cited statistic that woman are paid, on average, 77 cents for every dollar a man makes for the same work. She pointed out a Wall Street Journal article that laid out many factors that are not accounted for in the federal statistics on pay gaps.