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The New York Times

An End to Polio in India?

The success of an immunization effort has turned it into a blueprint for large-scale health campaigns....

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The New York Times

A Social Entrepreneur’s Quandary: Nonprofit or For-Profit?

Deciding whether to start fresh or work within an existing framework....

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The New York Times

Ubiquitous Across Globe, Cellphones Have Become Tool for Doing Good

With 96 percent of the world connected, organizations are using mobile phones to deliver, via texts, water, energy, financial services, health care, even education....

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The New York Times

A Conversation With: Deepak Kapur, Chairman of India National PolioPlus Committee

Now that India has marked three years without a new polio case, Mr. Kapur spoke with India Ink about what is needed to ensure the disease doesn’t return....

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The New York Times

The Produce Isn’t Pretty, but It’s Edible

Nonprofit groups like Rotary First Harvest attack the hunger problem by gathering edible vegetables and fruit left behind in fields after harvest, some with cosmetic damage....

The New York Times

Hidden Gems of History

Dec 21, 2012 ... By ESHA CHHABRA. Loading images... Loading images... Prev. Next. - / -. By ESHA CHHABRA. © 2012 The New York Times Company · Site ......

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The New York Times

Should a Social Enterprise Go for Profits?

The time and effort spent on fund-raising for a nonprofit has left its founder debating whether it is worth it to change the group’s business model....

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The New York Times

Select Home Care Weighs New Wage and Labor Regulations

A California-based home care company is pondering three choices in meeting new state and federal work rules regarding its caregivers....

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The New York Times

A Social Entrepreneur Transforms a Nonprofit Into a Profit-Making Enterprise

Saul Garlick responds to reader comments about a case study that looked at ThinkImpact, an organization he founded....

The New York Times

How Select Home Care Is Coping With New Wage and Labor Regulations

The owner considered three options: maintaining caregivers as employees but increasing the cost of home care for clients, turning employees into independent contractors or transforming the company into a broker that would be paid finder’s fees only....

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The New York Times

A Social Entrepreneur’s Quandary: Nonprofit or For-Profit?

Deciding whether to start fresh or work within an existing framework....

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The New York Times

2014 June - You're the Boss Blog - The New York Times

Jun 30, 2014 ... How Select Home Care Is Coping With New Wage and Labor Regulations. By. Esha Chhabra · Case Study. What would you do with this ......

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The New York Times

How (and Why) to Camp in the National Parks

Chris Santella’s new book, “Fifty Places to Camp Before You Die” (Abrams Books),showcases some of the world’s most beautiful campsites....

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The New York Times

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