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Business News The Huffington PostHere's a Switch: Some Good News About BankingAnd now for something completely different: some good news about banking.Yes, I know that an upcoming analysis by the IMF reportedly says that when all is said and done toxic debts on the bala...

TheStar.comDanforth's Bangla Town built on immigrants' shared values, identitiesspecial to the starIf things had turned out the way artist Syed Iqbal hoped, renowned filmmaker Deepa Mehta would have attended the joint exhibition of his paintings and Rafiq Azam's archite...

Conference Notebook: Nonprofit Groups Urged to Rethink Global ActivitiesThe Chronicle of PhilanthropyNews Updates The financial crisis presents new opportunities to rethink how nonprofit groups and other organizations operate around the world, said speakers at a forum h...

CSP FAIM © 2008 All rights reservedOne of the most profound statements of our time was made by The President of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development Bjorn Stigson, “Business cannot survive in societies that fail.”(1) Currently society is...

Meri News Dr. Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Laureate 2006 and Founder of Grameen Bank was interviewed during the recently held Sa-Dhan`s National Microfinance conference. During the talk with “Microfinance Focus”, He expressed his opinion on variousVIKASH KUMAR pub...

The Daily StarYunus briefs Hillary about Grameen healthcare plans US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton yesterday received Prof Muhammad Yunus and the Grameen Healthcare delegation to the World Healthcare Congress at her office.The Daily StarYunus briefs Hillary about G...

By: Vickie KarpThe Huffington Post Third Screen: Can Banks End Poverty?It included speaking engagements at Harvard, Georgetown, St. John's University for the launch of America's first degree program in Social Business, which is to be based on the practices of Yunus' f...

By: Sharmila Devi, Foreign CorrespondentThe National Women who started businesses with loans from Grameen America sell their wares at the bank’s open house and spring fair held recently outside the Carnesecca Arena at St John’s University in New York. Robe...

By: Eric ThayerReuters Nobel Prize winner shifts from developing countries to New York City NEW YORK - Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus, known as the "banker to the poor" for making small loans in impoverished countries, is now doing business in the center of ca...

The Huffington Post It's Time to Put Affordable Health Care for the Poor Within ReachDuring these times when many of the poor are struggling for a livelihood, health care seems less affordable than ever to so many of the impoverished. A family illness already is the pri...

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