A new book called The Company Store is reviewed in the Wall Street Journal, presumably given space (something that’s now in very short supply because of the demise of so many review sections) because it is a history of American business. But the book sounds like more than that, relevant to today’s debates about corporate social responsibility and to proposals for reduced commuting times.
The Company Town – WSJ.com
September 2nd, 2010|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: design, entrepreneurship|
About the Author: Karen Christensen
Karen Christensen is an entrepreneur, environmentalist, and scholar who writes about the many ways women have gained and wielded power. She is the owner and CEO of Berkshire Publishing Group, a former trustee of the University of Pennsylvania’s Penn Press, a member of the National Committee on US-China Relations, and the founder of the Train Campaign. Subscribe to Karen’s Letter @Substack https://karenchristensen.substack.com or try her Home Ecology newsletter. She can also be found on Twitter @karenchristenze.
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