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Reports & Insight

How Capitalism Reduced Diversity To A Brand

Back in 2000, Diallo Shabazz was surprised to see himself on the cover of the University of Wisconsin admissions booklet. But there he was, cheering in the stands at a football game he never attended, just behind a group of white students. Some employees in the marketing department had decided to photoshop his face into the image; this, they thought, was a great way to project a diverse image to prospective students.

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Jen Coy
Are Businesses Worldwide Suffering From a Trust Crisis?

"Trust is like the air we breathe -- when it's present, nobody really notices. When it's absent, everyone notices." -- Warren Buffett | The legendary American investor spoke the above quote following the 1991 Salomon Brothers bond-trading scandal, in which traders submitted false bids in an attempt to corner the U.S. Treasury bond market.

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Jen Coy