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CAPITALISM, YOU IS DOING IT WRONG: How corporations can be a force for good. Corporations should b…

CAPITALISM, YOU IS DOING IT WRONG: How corporations can be a force for good. Corporations should be encouraged and rewarded for stepping up to solve society’s problems. That will require a change in mind-set. Today, corporate leaders are graded on stock price, not on the amount of good their companies do. We must broaden our evaluation […]
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