The weekend is finally here and so is the chance to catch up on some sleep, and the must-reads that you might’ve missed this week.
Here’s what we’ve been reading:
International Monetary Fund managing director, Christine Lagard, gives an in-depth interview with Harvard Business Review on leadership, women in power and fostering change in a challenging climate.
UK actress Natascha McElhone explores a culture she says discriminates against girls from an early age. “After my husband died, my 8 year old son was told: ‘look after your mum.'”
From peace bringer to public enemy number one. How Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Peace Prize recipient, economist and the man who developed the concept of microcredits, became an enemy of Bangladesh.
Mastering productivity: Five ways entrepreneurs make the most of their days
Your iPhone is probably making you sick.
Like the Australian government, US Republicans don’t think they need any more women in congress either.
A US legal case explores rights of a fetus versus mother.
What have you been reading?