Yahoo! Chief Executive Officer Marissa Mayer gave birth to a baby boy earlier this week - and plans to return to the office within days.
When Michelle Fowler's first son was born seven years ago, the new mother had made up her mind she wanted to use modern cloth nappies rather than adding to landfill by throwing away soiled disposable nappies well into toddlerhood.
From the outside, Chrissie Swan seems to have it all: two young kids, two jobs, and a happy relationship. But it all means having to cut a few corners - here, she reveals what goes on behind the façade ...
Asking if women can "have it all" is an over-used question, writes Annabel Crabb. Instead, let's consider another idea: can men have it all? And does anybody care whether or not they can?
A recent essay, published in the Atlantic, posed the question many working mums ask: 'Is it possible to have it all?' Feminism has helped us move a lot closer to that goal, but it can only take us so far before other changes need to be made, writes Amber Robinson.
Launched late last year, and quickly becoming the favourite with Australian celebrities, Claudine & Ash Babybags are fashionable bags that are also super friendly to mums. We spoke to mum of one, Claudine Gasnier, about her business.
Allison Holland is one of the two women who own The Little Sparrow, an ethical children's range made by women in India, Bangladesh and Nepal. She's also the mum of Asher, four, who has a rare medical condition. Here's her story of being a mum in business.
Sharon Chim started online maternity store Queen Bee seven years ago. Here she shares her story of being a mum to two young boys while growing her business.
We spoke to Tracey Montford of Cake Lingerie about juggling motherhood and work, the best parts of owning a business, and the unique challenges of designing lingerie for an international market.
Lucie Trinco is mum to two girls aged two and eight weeks, and is also the owner of Il Tutto, a luxury nappy bag company. We spoke to her about the challenges and joys of being a mum in business.
When a wholesaler has more fans than the stores it supplies, it begs the question: why bother with the middle man?