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Bracket This: March Madness To Save The World

Whether or not you filled out your NCAA basketball tournament brackets, you have a chance to fill out an even more important bracket for another competition of talented college students. This bracket features 16 student Commitments to Action that will be presented at the fifth annual meeting of the

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Bracket This: March Madness To Save The World

Whether or not you filled out your NCAA basketball tournament brackets, you have a chance to fill out an even more important bracket for another competition of talented college students. This bracket features 16 student Commitments to Action that will be presented at the fifth annual meeting of the

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Bracket This: March Madness To Save The World

Whether or not you filled out your NCAA basketball tournament brackets, you have a chance to fill out an even more important bracket for another competition of talented college students. This bracket features 16 student Commitments to Action that will be presented at the fifth annual meeting of the

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Bracket This: March Madness To Save The World

Whether or not you filled out your NCAA basketball tournament brackets, you have a chance to fill out an even more important bracket for another competition of talented college students. This bracket features 16 student Commitments to Action that will be presented at the fifth annual meeting of the

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Dictators Make Good Bosses?

In a Q&A with Inc.com, OfficeMax founder argues that consensus-building is over-rated. Sometimes a leader just has to decide. Michael Feuer started OfficeMax from scratch in 1988, and built the office-supply chain into a 1,000-store behemoth before selling it to Boise Cascade Corp.

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Why Social Impact Investing Is A Crock

Over the last decade the world of do-gooding has seemingly been taken over by MBAs. Social entrepreneurship, a field encompassing both mission-driven businesses and entrepreneurial nonprofits, professes to bring the efficiency, rigor, and cold, hard metrics of business to the most important causes on the planet.

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The Rise Of Shared Ownership And The Fall Of Business As Usual

A new model in Cleveland--in which workers own companies that are supported by the city's big businesses--has the potential to change the economics of the city and its workers. There are two things in which I believe strongly: that business is at the root of our economic challenges and that business is at the heart of the solution to those challenges

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