A new breed of investing that combines making more money and making a difference. First there were the "Profiteers," investors who sought to make money regardless of the cost to society. Then came the "Do-Gooders," investors who avoided "bad" companies and supported "good" ones, based on philosophy over financials. Now this book introduces a brand new breed of investor: The HIP Investor.
The Littlest Pumpkin can't wait for the most important holiday of the year - Halloween. But after all the children pick their perfect pumpkins, Bartlett's Farm Stand closes, and only the Littlest Pumpkin remains. Just then, a group of mice scurrying around the stand make the Littlest Pumpkin's dream come true!
A provocative look at the remarkable contributions of high-skill immigrant entrepreneurs in America. Both a revelation and a call-to-action, Immigrant, Inc. explores the uncommon skill and drive of America's new immigrants and their knack for innovation and entrepreneurship.
"Over-dry presentation of immigrant entrepreneurs"
Cohen and Cogan portray U.S. involvement in Congo in the 1960s as necessary and relatively benign. Weissman replies.