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
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
01.09.2012 [New York Times] - Many women hired there, including Nora Ephron, Ellen Goodman and Jane BryantQuinn, quickly saw the lay of the land and left. Ms. Ephron, who died in June, lasted less than a year. “For every man, there was an inferior woman,” she told Ms. Povich.
05.09.2012 [AARP News (blog)] - Not Having a Financial Plan: I interviewed Jane BryantQuinn, the internationally known expert, author, and AARP's financial columnist, for my book. Jane is a conservative thinker when it comes to financial planning, and she gave me some very good