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At Panera Cares cafés, there’s a donation box where customers pay on the honor system.
A veteran social entrepreneur provides a guide to those who are thinking through the thorny question of whether to create a nonprofit, a for-profit, or something in between.
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Social entrepreneurs have taken the hybrid model to a new level, crafting it into a single structure that can operate as both a for-profit and a nonprofit.
Richard Jefferson believes that biotechnology can be used to benefit the poor and disenfranchised, but only if the R&D process is democratized.
Large-scale social change requires broad cross-sector coordination, not the isolated intervention of individual organizations.
A housing and health care charity for the elderly makes British history when it acquires a for-profit care company.
Social intrapreneurs—change agents already working deep within business—are the answer for business’s woes.