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Solar Energy

The total amount of solar energy reaching the Earth’s surface is tremendous and in order for us to replace carbon dioxide emitting sources we must first start by reducing our own energy demand. 518 more words

Coal

The strategy of strategy

Senior people in various businesses often tell me that their team, or a certain individual, isn’t ‘strategic enough’. There has been a glut of comments like this recently and it led me to think that the future of companies and individuals can live or die by how strategic they are or perceived to be. 392 more words

LiveWorx 2015: An Invitation for CAD and PLM Users

With robots that order their own replacement parts and chairs can tell you who has been sitting in them, the Internet of Things (IoT) promises to make life easier for much of humanity—unless you’re involved in product development. 232 more words

Rivals.com national recruiting analyst on Jaylen Brown, Malik Newman, Nike EYBL and more

The spring signing period begins this week and several McDonald’s All Americans and American Family Insurance ALL-USA players remain uncommitted.

USA TODAY High School Sports spoke with Eric Bossi, a national recruiting analyst from Rivals.com, about several of the top players, the process and the opening weekend of the AAU season. 888 more words

News

More Than Business: Creating Shared Value [Long Version]

The purpose of the corporation must be redefined as creating shared value, not just profit per se. This will drive the next wave of innovation and productivity growth in the global economy.

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Endless Good

More Than Business: Creating Shared Value [Short Version]

The purpose of the corporation must be redefined as creating shared value, not just profit per se. This will drive the next wave of innovation and productivity growth in the global economy.

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Endless Good

Lessons from history: why what we say about sustainability matters

This piece was originally published by  Guardian Sustainable Business. I didn’t particularly like the way they edited it though, so here’s the unedited version… 1,106 more words