~ February 20, 2020  ~
Brookings: Andre M. Perry, Jonathan Rothwell, David Harshbarger

"Our ice is just as cold." How does a biased market work against consumers, communities and businesses? This report explores the causes and consequences of the untapped potential of minority entrepreneurship.
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Bloomberg: Antonio Weiss

Behind the curve: What is a financial transaction tax, and why doesn't the US have one?
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What does your monthly bill say about the history, and future, of corporate competition in America?
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What sets this commitment apart, and is it enough to change the game (or Amazon's impact)? (also see Jeff Bezos's $10 Billion Climate Pledge Needs to Answer These 4 Questions)
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"Uber didn't just need more women engineers, or more employees of color... It needed to stop breaking the law": What should employees and their companies learn from this whistleblower's experience? (also see The Aftermath of Speaking Out Against Uber)
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Forbes: Matt Symonds

How are the trends changing the MBA reflected in admissions?
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