Yashar Ali broke with his family’s tradition, and made his way in the world without a college degree.
“No man is an island” also applies in business.
Whether it’s taro roots or cold hard cash, the patriarchs cling to pointless amounts of wealth.
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Bill Gates, who has been identified as the world’s most significant donor in the fight against AIDS, shares his thoughts on the pandemic with some of Africa’s most prominent academics.
What does it take to mold the future? Bill and Melinda Gates believe teenagers hold more than just the key.
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Chobani founder and CEO, Hamdi Ulukaya, pledged last week to donate half his estimated $1.4-billion wealth to help refugees.
Liskula Cohen and Matthew Rozsa discuss the difference between being a nice guy and being a good one.
Thomas Fiffer doesn’t care if you don’t like this list.
A completely self-made man, Gates is a testament to the fact that unabashed optimism and improbable dreams can lead to exponential success.
Rotary has masterminded perhaps the largest polio awareness initiative of all-time. It just broke the Guinness World Record, and there’s still time to be part of it.
Philanthropy expert Michael C. Phillip believes that philanthropy is more than “giving when you’re old.” It should be a way in which we govern our actions in all seasons of life.
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Bill Nye, aka the “Science Guy,” is using his impressive analytic skill to dispel some of the myths about poverty and health, especially where it concerns child and infant mortality worldwide.