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Why Companies Like IBM, Target And L.L. Bean Invest In Community Health

Many companies invest heavily to keep their employees healthy, but don't take the next step—invest in keeping their community healthy. John Quelch, Howard Koh, and Pamela Yatsko make the case.
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