As NY1 continues to celebrate Women's History Month, business reporter Diane King takes a look at some of the female trailblazers who have built their own success on Wall Street.
4/2/2012 - By: Diane King
NY1 wraps up its series on extraordinary women the station has covered over the years with a women's business group on Staten Island that has grown and evolved and is now working even harder to help females in the workplace.
3/25/2012 - By: Amanda Farinacci
NY1's series on extraordinary women the station has covered over the years continues with Dr. Nieca Goldberg, who revolutionized women's health, led the way to help women better understand heart disease and now works at a newly expanded Manhattan medical center.
3/22/2012 - By: Cheryl Wills
NY1's coverage of Women's History Month continues with an update on Majora Carter, a pioneering environmental activist making changes in her backyard in the Bronx and beyond.
3/21/2012 - By: Shazia Khan
NY1's coverage of Women's History continues with an update on a mother and daughter who made history by graduating together from Columbia University's School of General Studies in 2008. Circumstances have temporarily derailed their dreams but neither woman has lost her focus.
3/20/2012 - By: Rebecca Spitz
There are now a record number of women signed up to take the city's test to become a firefighter, and NY1 launches its week-long celebration of Women's History with a profile of Brenda Berkman, who helped make it possible for women to join the FDNY.
3/18/2012 - By: Jeanine Ramirez
A Queens grandmother known as "gritty granny" made headlines three years ago when she fought off a knife weilding burgular, but it wasn't her first time in the spotlight.
3/19/2012 - By: Ruschell Boone