The Waiting Game: Women Make Strides, But Men Stay Firmly in Top Company Jobs

The Waiting Game: Women Make Strides, But Men Stay Firmly in Top Company Jobs
The Wall Street Journal
Rochelle Sharpe

Thirty years after the Civil Rights Act barred sex discrimination in the workplace, the debate over women’s progress in corporate America boils down to this: You’ve come a long way – maybe.

Unequal Opportunity: Losing Ground on the Employment Front

Unequal Opportunity: Losing Ground on the Employment Front
The Wall Street Journal
Rochelle Sharpe

In Latest Recession, Only Blacks Suffered Net Employment Loss –Firms Added Whites, Asians and Hispanics Overall, But They Deny Any Bias – Effects of Seniority, Location

Forty percent of Medicare spending on common cancer screenings unnecessary

Forty Percent of Medicare Spending on Common Cancer Screenings Unnecessary
The Huffington Post
Rochelle Sharpe and Elizabeth Lucas

iWatch News investigation documents $1.9 billion in wasted federal health care expenditures.

No, your iPhone will not cure your acne

No, Your IPhone Won’t Cure Your Acne
Many health apps are based on flimsy science at best, and they often do not work
The Washington Post


Rochelle Sharpe

When the iTunes store began offering apps that used cellphone light to cure acne, federal investigators knew that hucksters had found a new spot in cyberspace.

Getting Away With Murder – Part 4

Getting Away With Murder – Part 4
Winner of Pulitzer Prize in National Reporting
SIDS sometimes used to cover up child-abuse deaths
Gannett News Service Series
Marjorie Lundstrom and Rochelle Sharpe

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome is so hard to distinguish from murder that some medical examiners say they rely on the Three Baby Rule.