The Broadsheet: September 22nd

Good morning, Broadsheet readers. This week, everyone will be waiting to hear Marissa Mayer’s plan to lead Yahoo in a post-Alibaba IPO world. Read on to see why Fortune decided to profile a tobacco CEO, and to learn about the domestic violence case that no one is talking about. Have a great Monday.

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Millennials have big faith in big business. Surprised?

Feeling abandoned by government, a new study suggests that young workers across the globe are looking to big businesses to address the world’s problems. Are corporations ready?

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Why young workers avoid mentors

Among people whose employers made mentoring available, only 21% of men who were eligible for it participated in the program—and just 18% of women.

The Broadsheet: September 19th

Good morning, Broadsheet readers. We have more news coming to you today from Fortune’s Most Powerful Women in Business issue. There’s also a new woman CEO in the Fortune 500, and read on for 5 things you probably don’t already know about Mary Barra. Have a great weekend.

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You don’t need an MBA to be an MPW

A majority of the women on Fortune’s Most Powerful Women in Business list did not go to business school.

General Motors CEO Mary Barra.

5 things you probably don’t know about Mary Barra

The CEO of General Motors has been written about ad nauseum since the company’s recall scandal began. Here are a few things you probably don’t know about her yet.

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Women make groups smarter

On average, women exhibit greater social sensitivity than men. And social sensitivity is a major contributing factor in group intelligence.