11.09.2012 [Daily Beast] - The women who came to Newsweek knowing they wanted to be journalists—like Nora Ephron, Susan Brownmiller, Ellen Goodman, and Jane BryantQuinn—saw that it wouldn't happen, and left fairly quickly to develop very successful careers elsewhere.
10.09.2012 [Alabama Public Radio] - They would, as Jane BryantQuinn said, end up checking men who were less talented than she. Women were hired on the mail desk to deliver mail, then to clip newspapers, and if they were lucky became researchers or fact checkers. All of the writers and
07.09.2012 [AARP News] - Can Mom and her boyfriend snuggle in the family room? Can Dad's girlfriend sleep over or do they need to get a room somewhere else? Your kids shocked you with … once. Now you can do the same to them! Jane BryantQuinn is a personal finance expert
04.09.2012 [Business Insider] - However, courageously, in the 22 December 2003 Newsweek, Jane BryantQuinn had already dealt with a major portion of the conservatives' hoax that stood behind Bush's and other Republican health-care bills: the widespread false belief, promoted
04.09.2012 [Thomson Reuters News & Insight] - The future star personal-finance columnist Jane BryantQuinn remembers "randy writers and editors" regularly cruising the subordinate female newcomers, "letting them know that their so-called careers would be helped if they joined the guy for drinks."