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News and Opinion

This 23-year-old just closed her second fund — which is focused on aging — with $22 million. Tech Crunch.

Madam C. J. Walker: The ultimate self-made woman. Archbridge Institute.

Dr. Jaana Woiceshyn: Why is there racism in business?

An email from Elon Musk reveals why managers are always a bad idea. Inc.

Creative destruction builds prosperity as it topples big companies. How many of the year 1955 Fortune 500 companies are still on the list? FEE.

Most valuable U.S. companies over 100 years. Visual Capitalist.

Almost half of Fortune 500 companies were founded by American immigrants or their children. The Brookings Institution.

Robots to help stock shelves at 50 Walmart stores. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Our latest issue of Kaizen features interviews with Krzysztof Jurek on entrepreneurship in Poland and Laura Niklason on entrepreneurial biotechnology and can be viewed at our site.


The Georgetown Institute for the Study of Markets and Ethics welcomes applications from those who wish to attend their workshop on teaching business ethics on June 1-3, 2018. More information can be found at their website.

Idea: “Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any one thing.” — Abe Lincoln

See you next time with our digest of new and interesting items in entrepreneurship, ethics, and political economy. Here are the previous editions of CEE Review.

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