July 02, 2020

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Open Letter To McDonald's And Walmart On Entrepreneurship In Low-Income Communities

A message to Mike Duke, President & CEO of Walmart and Bob Langert, VP of Sustainability for McDonald’s.

Thinking Cities

A new documentary by Ericsson, "Thinking Cities" explores the challenges and opportunities of urbanization in today's networked society.

Socio-Economics and the Single Company

What an individual business does and how it behaves is a vastly different field of study than what businesses do in aggregate.This is...

Harvard Business School Study Shows Business Support For Communities Waning

Harvard Business School just released its first study of US competitiveness, reporting that almost two-thirds of US businesses will locate new plants outside...

Farming Better Futures

SABMiller launches world's first commercial-scale cassava beer, brewed with cassava sourced from small scale farmers in rural Mozambique.

Grants To Help Homeless

Shelters, substance abuse centers and other programs that work with Mississippi's homeless are set to receive $4.3 million in federal grant money in...

The Vanishing American Middle Class

While most consumers remain optimistic, marketers will have to adjust to a reality that predates the previous recession | Ad Age.

Revitalizing Struggling American Cities

Living Cities is working with five US municipalities to develop an ecosystem for solving urban problems | Stanford Social Innovation Review.

Climate Change Takes a Toll on Cultures

There are nearly 7,000 known languages in the world today. It is predicted that half of these will vanish over the next 50...

The State of Change in the Green Movement with Hawken and McKibben

Paul Hawken and Bill McKibben, two leading environmentalists who've taken two different paths to addressing environmental woes, talk with GreenBiz.



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