3 Key Lessons to Starting a Successful NGO, According to an Effective Poverty Fighter

Correction appended, Dec. 5 A cyclone in 1970 that killed hundreds of thousands of people in Bangladesh changed the course of Sir Fazle Hasan Abed’s life and the lives of

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What Starbucks’ New CEO Means For Your Daily Coffee Fix

It’s the end of an era for the global corner coffeeshop: Howard Schultz is stepping down as Starbucks’ CEO. And investors are uneasy about it. Shultz announced the move Thursday

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You Can’t Sue Wells Fargo for Fraud—Unless This New Bill Goes Through

New legislation aims to help consumers sue Wells Fargo for secretly opening up to 2 million accounts without customers’ authorization. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau fined the bank $185 million

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Unemployment Rate Hits Lowest Level Since Financial Crisis

Donald Trump’s presidential victory may have caused some employers to hit the pause button, but not many. In the first jobs report since Trump was elected president, employers added slightly

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Retirement? Fat Chance, Say Millennials

There was the buggy whip. Then the typewriter. Some say ATMs are doomed. Will retirement be the next staple of daily life to disappear? The vast majority of millennials intend

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UN Labor Chief Guy Ryder Says the ‘Uberification’ of Work Has Begun

How do you ensure that labor is fair—and accessible to even more people globally—amid a technological revolution that stands to automate and replace an enormous number of jobs? That question

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Why Richard Branson and Other Billionaires Are Attacking the Way We Do Business

“This is a very dangerous moment,” says telecom billionaire Mo Ibrahim. “This is like the 1930s. We must take action.” He’s talking about a crisis of capitalism, a topic that

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How Startups Can Diversify

America has long celebrated the entrepreneur. The dreamer and the doer. The builder of new technologies and the breaker of orthodoxies. But over time, the image of who that entrepreneur

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