Building Social Business
Muhammad Yunus talked about his efforts to expand “social business” around the world. Mr. Yunus argues that the profit-making power of capitalism can be harnessed to fulfill social needs and build economies. He spoke at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C., at an event hosted by Hooks Book Events close
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- Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade CenterRonald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
- University of Maryland, College Park | Center for Social Value CreationUniversity of Maryland, College Park | Center for Social Value Creation
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