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Uncommon Ground | Dec 11, 2011

The social responsibility of A business is to increase its profits,” wrote Friedman in the New York Times magazine in 1970. While there’d be fewer takers of his doctrine in the present day corporate world, the subject is still not a comfortable one to debate.
And that’s precisely why Nilekani’s Uncommon Ground makes for a good read. It explores the middle ground between the ideological divisions that often polarise the business and voluntary sectors.

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