~ June 10, 2021 ~
INNOVATION
TEDxBerlin: Melanie Rieback
How can business be “one of the most expressive forms of art” and “one of the most effective forms of activism”?
INEQUALITY
ProPublica: Jesse Eisinger, Jeff Ernsthausen, Paul Kiel
This detailed data trove "demolishes the cornerstone myth of the American tax system: that everyone pays their fair share and the richest Americans pay the most.” How do the ultrawealthy pay such low taxes, and is it as bad as it seems? (also see The Real Tax Scandal Is What’s Legal)
INNOVATION
Chief Executive: Henry F. De Sio, Jr.
"If executives see changemakers coming through the doors of their company and not just employees, and educators see budding changemakers walking into the classroom and not just students, how would they redesign their operations to accommodate them?"
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
The Atlantic: Roberto Tallarita
Beyond simplified models of value maximization: What do investors really want?
"The fact that this thing is opt-out rather than opt-in is always a big red flag”: Is it really better to ask for forgiveness rather than permission?
LEADERSHIP
Behavioral Scientist: Antonia Violante, Heather Graci
As we begin to shape a post-pandemic path, how should we think about human behavior in our personal, work, and communal lives?
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