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Redefining ‘Replication’ for Social Enterprises

Social enterprises are judged by both their social impact and their ability to thrive as financially sustainable businesses. Unfortunately many, if not most, attempts at replicating successful social enterprises have failed. Two experts from the Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship examine assumptions about what both “success” and “replication” mean with respect to social enterprises.

Daimler Agrees To Pay $185 Million to Settle Bribery Charges

The maker of Mercedes cars and trucks is the latest company dealing with fallout from violations of the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Transnational bribery and corruption are intensifying ethics and compliance concerns for companies doing business on a global basis as prosecutors pursue a record number of cases and penalties for offenses escalate dramatically.