The Broadsheet: October 1st

Good morning, Broadsheet readers. Today, we hear from Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg on little girls, boys and “executive leadership.” Read on to learn about the pro sports league that has a woman problem (not the NFL) and why Viagra is targeting women in its latest ad campaign. Have a great Wednesday!

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How to use Google Glass at work

Wearing a computer on your face has practical advantages, if you don’t mind looking like a cyborg.

The Broadsheet: September 30th

Good morning, Broadsheet readers. For the first time in the 16-year history of Fortune’s Most Powerful Women list, we examined the political campaign contributions of top female executives. Also, read on to hear why activist investors may be waging an unintentional war on women.

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Activist investors’ unintentional war on women

More companies than ever are listening to activist investors when appointing new board members — and it’s shrinking the already small pool of female candidates.

The word every boss should ban

After years of being called ‘kiddo,’ Fortune assistant managing editor Leigh Gallagher reflects on the term and how its use has evolved.

The Broadsheet: September 29th

Good morning, Broadsheet readers. Hillary and Bill Clinton became grandparents over the weekend, and Marissa Mayer is under pressure from a persistent activist investor. Read on to hear my take on why Silicon Valley’s “NFL moment” may never happen. Have a great Monday!