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Swapnil Das
Swapnil Das • 2 years ago

Screw Business As Usual by Richard Branson. Virgin CEO Richard Branson (Reach for the Skies: Ballooning, Birdmen, and Blasting into Space, 2011, etc.) offers a stirring vision for a "new capitalism" that makes doing good for society a top business priority. A maverick whose Virgin Group companies incorporate socially beneficial initiatives, the author seems to have anticipated the demands ("People Not Profits!") of Occupy Wall Street, observing that people are becoming more aware of unfairness.

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