January 29, 2015

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Re-Thinking Innovation

A New Agenda for Academic Investigation

Panera cafe says pay what you want

Panera Bread Co. is asking customers at a new restaurant to pay what they want. The national bakery and restaurant chain launched a...

U.S. Said to Allow Drilling Without Needed Permits

“The agency seems to think its mission is to help the oil industry evade environmental laws.”

'World's biggest' forest protection deal for Canada

Timber companies and environment groups have unveiled an agreement aimed at protecting two-thirds of Canada's vast forests from unsustainable logging. Over 72 million...

Food makers to trim 1.5 trillion calories

Several of the nation's largest food companies say they will take 1.5 trillion calories out of their products by 2015 in an effort...

To Measure or Not to Measure - The Dilemma Continues

Einstein said ‘everything that counts cannot be counted and not everything that can be counted counts’

Sustainability worries U.N. officials

The business-as-usual model for environmental sustainability is threatening the next generation, U.N. authorities warned in New York...

Questions About Cellphones and Brain Tumors

Though study suggests no direct link, some think risks among heaviest users warrent attention.

Corporate Responsibility and the "Rule of Rescue:" Chris MacDonald

Professor Chris MacDonald discusses the ethical issues raised by the recent coal mine disaster at the Upper Big Branch mine in Montcoal

Holding a Green Grudge

While clearly lacking the drama of a WWE grudge match, there is a battle brewing within energy finance over which financing model is...



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