The decline of unions has collided with this surprising new growth as the global economy brings manufacturing back to America. In this period of transition, workers have been left largely unprotected from exploitive practices that hearken back to sweatshops and Dickensian textile mills.

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Vivek Murthy convincingly argues that many of our workplace cubicles are becoming wells of isolation. That’s the landscape Murthy saw while he was looking at the nation’s health from his lofty perch in the Obama administration—an epidemic of loneliness. Great organizational leadership can cure it.

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The Just 100—the hundred most ethical and enlightened companies in the nation—consistently outperform their industry competitors continuously, by one to four percentage points. These companies operate beyond the confines of short-term shareholder primacy, the private sector’s A-game for decades.

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In this interview, Steve Case’s talks about the growing integration of the internet’s potential into nearly all human activity as it becomes the electronic nervous system of our daily lives. As this evolves, countless opportunities for creative new ventures will spring up to make this happen.

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The income gap is growing every day, and there is nothing systemic, in the way most companies do business now, that will bridge this chasm. Yet, one way or another, this problem must be fixed. And yes, business can do much to narrow that gap, even if our politically divided government can’t.

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