Lessons from a female business leader in Iran

KUWAIT CITY _ Fatemeh Moghimi had a tough time starting her haulage business in Iran 26 years ago. "It's not just about Iran. If you think about transportation all over the world, they think this kind of job belongs to the man," Moghimi, 57, said from her office at the Tehran Chamber of Commerce and Industry, where she is the first woman on the board of directors in the chamber's 130-year history. When Moghimi wanted to apply for a driving license for trucks and heavy vehicles, people kept telling her it wouldn't be possible. The Islamic Revolution did nothing to change or limit women's ability to drive, and they are as visible as their male peers on roads...