a woman regularly employed in business, especially a white-collar worker, executive, or owner.
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How to use businesswoman in a sentence
Duckett says this perhaps not realizing that, to the next generation of businesswomen of color, she already is a giant herself.
Khadija links small-scale businesswomen with experienced business partners and that kind of mentorship is crucial.
One of the bestselling business books for 2020 written by a man is about the disgraced Elizabeth Holmes, founder and former CEO of Theranos—it seems like one story about businesswomen that people love to hear over and over again is when they fail.Men named Jo(h)n have written as many of 2020’s top business books as all women combined | jakemeth | December 20, 2020 | Fortune
She’s a successful businesswoman running Saudi Arabia’s most promising investment hub, Falak, since 2018, as well as other businesses she founded, such as a jewelry company and a recruitment firm.
By then, they already knew enough about Stem, and about Milana as a businesswoman.Founders seeking their first check need a fundraising sales funnel | Walter Thompson | November 23, 2020 | TechCrunch
As a powerful mother, outspoken artist, and affluent businesswoman, Beyoncé is surely a feminist success story.The Perils of Glitzy Celebrity Feminism Having a Moment | Amy Zimmerman | October 15, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Thompson was a lower-middle-class businesswoman married to a man named Percy, who had an affair with a young man, Bywaters.Sarah Waters: Queen of the Tortured Lesbian Romance | Tim Teeman | September 30, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
She's a businesswoman, smart and not particularly deferential toward him.
He and his father joined forces with Texas businesswoman Thelma Box to begin a series of “Pathways” seminars.
In fact, Angel feels she has only been treated with respect as an entreprenuer and businesswoman in the adult film industry.
British Dictionary definitions for businesswoman
a woman engaged in commercial or industrial business, esp as an owner or executive
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