Harvard Course Teaches Rich Millennials How to Do Good (and Make Money)

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Jun 2019
World, June, 09 2019 - The graduates represent a quiet insurgency among the world’s wealthy millennials. As their peers march to protest climate change and inequality, these privileged few are arming themselves with the skills and arguments they need to convince their families -- often against bankers’ advice -- to make more “impact investments” that are designed to benefit society as well as turn a profit.

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Source : Bloomberg
 

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