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- Can fashion be a force for good? Professor Mary Sheehan Warren makes a strong case against fast fashion.
Stella McCartney 2017 Spring CollectionA few years ago, a friend of mine used the term “landfill fashion” while describing a good percentage of what filled his closets and drawers. At the time, I chuckled to myself, picturing a muddy heap of pea green t shirts and worn-out cargo pants that no one would ever choose to wear anyway. Eventual...
- Rosa's Fresh Pizza. A 21st century example of Busch school principles.
By C.H. PakTeaching fellow at The Busch School of Business and Economics and PhD candidate in Religion and Culture at The Catholic University of America. “Helping the community, one slice at a time.” This is the motto of Rosa’s Fresh Pizza, founded by a young entrepreneur named Mason Wartman, who left Wall Street at the age of 2...
- The Death And Redemption Of Corporate Culture Photo of Frederic Sautet
By Frederic SautetEconomist, The Busch School of Business and Economics, The Catholic University of AmericaAdam Smith is famous for having described the private and social benefits of a “nation of shopkeepers”: the pursuit of personal self-interest while profiting the individual, unintentionally makes society better off. Many critics of c...
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