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WEEKLY ROUNDUP: NOMINATIONS, GENDER ISSUES & GREAT COMPANIES
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Photo via Wilson Webb / The Weinstein Company

Tis the season to be nominated. SAG & Golden Globes nominees lead the way.

Ladies, the force may soon be with us.

Hollywood’s gender inequality may be due to…daddy issues?

A post Mad Men Elizabeth Moss is keeping it light and taking Gayle King’s advice.

Looking for a new job in 2016? Consider these companies.

KELLY GLOVER

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