- Ethics for Social Entrepreneurship – Inc.com: Should the marketers at the Susan G. Komen for the Cure leverage their tremendous skills to raise awareness about heart disease, which is six times more likely to kill a woman than breast cancer?
- Can Livestreong Survive Lance Armstrong and a Doping Scandal? – FastCompany.com: The world’s most famous cancer survivor has been his foundation’s biggest asset, even as it grew into an innovative force in health care. Now his legal troubles may make him a risk.
- China Vows to Unleash Growth from Grassroots – Reuters.com: China must lift the incomes and spending power of hundreds of millions of farmers and workers to keep the world’s second-biggest economy from faltering on its ascent, the nation’s leaders said on Monday.
- Banks Shared Clients’ Profits, But Not Losses – NYTimes.com: JPMorgan Chase & Company has a proposition for the mutual funds and pension funds that oversee many Americans’ savings: Heads, we win together. Tails, you lose — alone.
- A $300 Million Bet on Solar – CNNMoney.com: Twenty miles south of Kokomo, Ind., sits an empty, 800,000-square foot factory built in the late stages of the now-dissolved DaimlerChrysler union. The factory, a victim of the breakup, never produced a single thing.