They're two of the top issues of this year's presidential campaign: women and business. This week, Mitt Romney courted voters concerned with both. The likely Republican nominee kicked of his Virginia campaign at a female-owned business in Chantilly, in front of a stage of women, and introduced by his wife. The speech happened ahead of Saturday's conference, "Women Leading the Future," in Chevy Chase. Co-organizer Lindsey Mask discussed the changing role of women on Capital Insider.