Among the world’s 100 largest economic entities were 69 corporations and only 31 countries in 2017. While this is often interpreted as a negative trend vis-à-vis economic inclusion, we believe thoughtful collaborations leveraging corporate value chains can be propellers of economic inclusion, es... More »
In recent months, hour-long lines, panic buying, and empty shelves have become common in grocery stores. Farmers, hit suddenly with the COVID-19 pandemic, have been forced to dramatically alter operations. According to a recent report by iUNU, the results have been staggering: food waste, food scarc... More »
Computing the monetary benefits of having healthy employees is challenging at best. There is no reliable accounting for it, and it is mostly open for interpretation. However, a study by the Centre for Mental Health clearly shows the costs of poor mental health to UK business organisations, as follow... More »
Exploring French portraiture and sculpture from the late 1850s until the first years of the 20th century, the 74 portraits from special exhibition "Faces of Impressionism: Portraits of the Musee D'Orsay" reflect the origins and flowering of one of the world's most beloved movements.
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