These services have ignited opposition from legacy providers. Some of this is reactionary–an attempt to protect an entrenched system against these new, more affordable ways to get somewhere new and find a place to stay when you do. But much of the opposition is cautiously sensible.

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More than two years ago, in Seattle, Dan Price announced that everyone in his small credit-card processing firm would earn no less than $70,000 per year. He has kept his word, and so far it’s working. His people are happier and his profits have risen. CEOs should look to him as a model.

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Last month, in conjunction with Forbes magazine, JUST Capital announced its new Just 100 list of companies—companies that build success on principles of enlightened leadership. These firms are showing the rest of corporate America what will increasingly become the only way to succeed in the future.

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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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