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Lie, Cheat, and Steel: Governance and Scandal at Thyssenkrupp
Kellogg School of Management: James Shein, Evan Meagher
Reforming problematic corporate cultures isn't easy. How should this CEO move forward?
Humanity's Fight against Climate Change Is Failing. One Technology Can Change That.
Quartz: Akshat Rathi
What would a successful carbon capture economy look like?
BUSINESS & GOVERNMENT
How a Company Actually Plans to Spend Its Tax Cut Money
The New York Times: Natalie Kitroeff
Given competing priorities and future uncertainties, how will companies spend tax savings? Who will benefit?
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Why Giving Ex-Felons a Second Chance Is Good for Business
Capital & Main: Rick Wartzman
How can reintegration help businesses as well as society?
Investing In Neighbors
The Bitter Southerner: Holly Beilin
Could this model for local investment be a lifeline for businesses and communities?
America's Lost Einsteins
The Atlantic: Alana Semuels
What if we could identify and support budding innovators as well as we do young sports stars?
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