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October 7th, 2015

Reading Broadly Has Broad Benefits

Winston Churchill won his Nobel Prize for Literature, not Peace. Who knew? History brims with examples of leaders like Churchill who believed that deep, broad reading nurtured the knowledge, habits, and talents necessary to achieve success. In 2008, The Atlantic published an...

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May 17th, 2013

Can Ethics be Taught? Or Legislated?

Recent experience tells us that rules created today to curb yesterday’s bad business practices often make life harder for honest people and motivate the unscrupulous to find new ways around the rules. In his Cardus blog Ray Pennings asks, "If trust in our economic system cannot be created...

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