Fashionista reported that Meta and Christian Louboutin are suing an individual for allegedly producing counterfeit Louboutins in Mexico and using Facebook and Instagram to promote them.
The Wall Street Journal published results from its investigation of a toxic work environment at the FDIC, a “sexualized, boys’ club environment.”
The Wall Street Journal also spoke to Amazon executive (and Radiohead mega fan) Beryl Tomay about resiliency and learning from career mistakes (including really big ones).
Above the Law shared a lawyer’s story about how motherhood affected her career path from Biglaw to family law and beyond.
The New York Times explained how to salvage your day after a bad night’s sleep.
The 19th reported that women and LGBTQ+ people are uniquely vulnerable to climate change, according to a new climate assessment.
Business Insider noted that due to a big jump in the cost of using a sperm bank (one vial can run $1,000), some women are using Facebook groups to connect with free sperm donors.
The New York Times shared an oral history of Jezebel (RIP).
Your Laugh of the Week comes from The Belladonna, with “Nine Simple Rules for Watching My Beloved Cat Who is Definitely Not a Living Terror.”
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