Foreword.About the Author.Introduction.1. From Minority to Majority. McDonald's Discovers the Woman Inside the Mom 2. From Property to Partnerships. How The Home Depot Discovered Power Partners and Do-It-Herselfers 3. From Drudgery to "Swiffering". Procter & Gamble Cleans House4. Diamonds and Dollars. How Two Industries Shattered the Myth of the White Knight 5. Who's Behind the Viewfinder. How Kodak Embraced Memory Makers 6. Finding the Goddess. Nike's Marathon to Reach Women 7. A Reflection in the Mirror. Avon Makes Its Mark 8. Toppling Barbie. Bratt Predicts the Future 9. How to Put the Power of the Purse to Work in Your Company.Endnotes.Selected Bibliography.Acknowledgments.Index.
Fara Warner is currently a contributing writer to Fast Company. She has written extensively for The New York Times, Time Inc. Custom Publishing, and other national publications. Warner worked for three years as The Wall Street Journal's correspondent in Asia writing about advertising, marketing, media, and consumer trends; then moved to the Journal's Detroit bureau, where she specialized in e-commerce and its impact on the automotive industry. As senior writer for Fast Company, she wrote Nike's Women's Movement, an extraordinary behind-the-scenes look at how Nike transformed the way it sells to, designs for, and communicates with women.