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In the wake of the announcement of the intent to GOOD to absorb Jumo, questions arise about form, functions, policy, and societal value.
Health care needs large-scale innovation that introduces higher-quality, lower-cost providers through a system that's mobile, digital, and efficient.
The ShoreBank saga provides important lessons for people who believe that for-profit institutions can be used for social change.
"The New Abnormal" best describes the current economic and political condition of our nation.
Research and development can help more nonprofits learn, innovate, and reach goals faster and for less money.