Monthly Archives: May 2014

China Dream, Multinational Corporations and Philanthropy

China is in transition. It’s a political economy where politics and business are inextricably linked. There is a momentous shift occurring and it can be unsettling. The economy is downshifting to a much slower growth rate. Most economies go through … Continue reading

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The Changing Business of News and Public Radio: “Pushing boundaries doesn’t have to mean compromising our integrity”

“The state of public radio is uncertain. It’s terrifying and will change what we are doing. But not to scare, because there are a lot of solutions!” This started out the remarks by Guy Raz, host of NPR’s TED Radio … Continue reading

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