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Women in Entertainment 2014

Randi Zuckerberg Reveals 5 Ways to Unplug From Technology (and Work)

The 32-year-old founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media and former Facebook marketing director (and, yes, Mark's sister) shares the tips that helped propel her to best-selling authordom — and…

Hollywood’s Power Women Reveal 4 New Ways to Network

Let's do lunch? That's so old school. Here, top industry execs reveal the new ways to truly link in (hint: don't pass up that baby shower invite)

Sharon Stone Opens Up About Her Brain Aneurysm: “I Spent Two Years Learning to Walk and Talk Again”

In THR's Women in Entertainment issue, the 56-year-old actress reveals that because of her health scare, she doesn't hesitate to reveal her age: "Growing older is my goal"

Stacey Snider Recalls When “WB” Meant “Warner Sisters”

Writing for The Hollywood Reporter, 20th Century Fox's co-chairman pays tribute to her "role models" — four women who were senior executives at Warner Bros. in the '80s

Hey, Hollywood: It’s Time to Adopt the NFL’s Rooney Rule — for Women (Guest Column)

Stacy L. Smith, Ph.D., director of USC Annenberg's Media, Diversity & Social Change Initiative, writes that Hollywood could stand to make three simple changes toward gender equality

‘Homeland’ Director: “What Happens to All These Women After They Direct Their First Film?”

Writing for The Hollywood Reporter, Lesli Linka Glatter argues that even after women break into the industry, they still aren't given the same opportunities as their male counterparts: Men get the…

A+E Networks Chairman Abbe Raven: “For Some Reason, the Dynamic Between Two Strong Women Is Good Copy”

Raven, who retires in February and will be succeeded by Nancy Dubuc, writes for The Hollywood Reporter that men can't seem to comprehend a planned successful transition between two women

Women in Entertainment Mentorship Grad: Program Taught Me “Women Can Do Anything”

Karla Trujillo writes about her experience as a mentee to Amy Baer in THR and Big Brothers Big Sisters' program — which began pairing inner-city girls in their junior year of high school with…

Women in Entertainment Mentorship Grad: How Nancy Josephson Changed My Life

Maira Solis writes about her experience in THR and Big Brothers Big Sisters' program — which began pairing inner-city girls in their junior year of high school with top-level executives in 2008 — and…

Digital-Detox Retreat, Anyone? 4 Ways Hollywood Execs Unplug and Relax

Your guide to how and where to ditch the devices

A Camp for Grown Women? ABC Exec Reveals the Not-So-Secret Getaway of Top Hollywood Execs

Writing for The Hollywood Reporter, production executive Sara Fischer explains how Campowerment brought her joy, sanity, friendship — and a host of new Hollywood connections

Hollywood’s Power Women Share Secrets for Looking Good — in a Hurry

Mani-pedis in your office? That's just one of the tips that 10 industry executives share for pulling it together in no time at all