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Mal Warwick

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Currently my biggest project is followup to The Business Solution to Poverty Designing Products and Services for Three Billion New Customers (Berrett-Koehler Publishers, September 2013), which I co-authored with Paul Polak. The book won a Gold Award in the 2014 Axiom Business Book Awards.

Previously, I co-authored Values Driven Business How to Change the World Make Money and Have Fun with Ben Cohen, cofounder of Ben & Jerry's.

I'm also actively engaged as one of three partners in the One World Futbol Project LLC, my book review blog (http://www.malwarwickonbooks.com), impact investing, and volunteer work for GreatNonprofits, the One World Futbol Foundation, and Social Venture Network.

From 1979 to 2009, I worked as a professional fundrais
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What is it about Americans’ hunger for violence? Recently, more than 100 million of us watched the Superbowl, a classic annual gladiatorial display in which huge men appear onscreen appearing to do their utmost to injure one another — and are rewarded with enormous sums of money for doing so. I’ve never understood why anyone...

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So, here’s the deal: psycholinguistics and associated fields of cognitive science have progressed to the point that a supersecret, transnational organization is able to marshal the power of words to kill thou
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