Christopher Marquis - Finally - It’s Not All About Profit
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Christopher Marquis is a professor in Global Sustainable Enterprise at Cornell. His teaching and research focuses on social innovation and change and doing business in China. Chris' upcoming book is: Better Business: How the B Corp Movement Is Remaking Capitalism.

You can follow Chris on Twitter: @CMarquisCornell.


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Shaped by Dog with Susan Garrett
Shaped by Dog with Susan Garrett
Susan Garrett
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Tough Girl Podcast
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Dr. Betty Holston Smith - 79 years young, running 60 to 100 miles per week, sharing her knowledge about running, health and fitness.
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