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The Bottom Line
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Hosted by the Drucker Institute’s Rick Wartzman, author of four books and a Fortune contributor, The Bottom Line puts a spotlight on companies that are advancing social progress—and those that aren’t.
 
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Featured interview with Kat Taylor, co-founder and CEO of Beneficial State Bank. Megan Kamerick reports on why front-line bank jobs are generally so miserable. Karan Chopra explores the need for employers and educators to build new bridges in an era of lifelong learning.
 
Featured interview with Erica Volini, U.S. Human Capital leader for Deloitte Consulting. Marty Goldensohn reports on BlackRock CEO Larry Fink’s call for companies to show how they’re making a “positive contribution to society.” Natalie Foster comments on how the retail industry is being decimated by avarice, not just Amazon.…
 
Featured interview with Nick Hanauer, co-founder of Second Avenue Partners. Larry Buhl reports on the steady erosion of overtime pay in America. Karan Chopra explains how great social benefits can result when “agents of innovation” combine with “agents of scale.”
 
Featured interview with Dan Teran, co-founder and CEO of Managed by Q. Molly Nugent reports on MIT professor Zeynep Ton's Good Jobs Strategy. Natalie Foster explores why the basic income experiment underway in Stockton, Calif., is so significant.
 
Featured interview with Naturade CEO Claude Tellis and Kareem Cook, the company's chief marketing officer. Bridget Huber reports on Impact America Fund’s efforts to help improve low- to moderate-income areas. Karan Chopra lays out what small rice farmers in West Africa can teach American business leaders.…
 
Featured interview with Spencer Thompson, founder and president of Sokanu. Bridget Huber reports on the skills that today’s teens will need to succeed in the workplace of tomorrow. Natalie Foster explores how and why the private sector is starting to make real strides on paid parental leave.
 
Featured interview with Daniel Weiss, managing partner at Angeleno Group. Marty Goldensohn reports on Coca-Cola’s “World Without Waste” sustainable packaging campaign. Rachel Schneider ponders whether the United States can ever have lasting full employment.
 
Featured interview with Pager CEO Walter Jin. Megan Kamerick reports on the mental-health app Woebot. Kanyi Maqubela explores the fine line "between exploitative and empowering” in consumer finance.
 
Featured interview with Quinten Farmer, co-founder and chief operating officer at Even. Molly Nugent reports on one woman’s struggles to cope with her own financial instability. Rachel Schneider examines how our assumptions about gender are shaping the future of work.
 
Featured interview with O'Reilly Media CEO Tim O'Reilly. Bridget Huber reports on how we seem to be facing less the rise of robot overlords and more the rise of robot coworkers. Kanyi Maqubela considers whether censorship in China is as much about business as it is about politics.
 
Featured interview with Thumbtack CEO Marco Zappacosta. Larry Buhl reports on why entrepreneurship in America has been on the decline for decades. Rachel Schneider comments on the terrible toll exacted by the financial volatility that many families experience.
 
Featured interview with David Rolf, president of Local 775 of the Service Employees International Union. Marty Goldensohn reports on the state of employee stock ownership plans. Kanyi Maqubela reflects on why the toughest obstacle facing driverless cars is psychological, not technical.
 
Featured interview with Leo Hindery, managing partner of InterMedia Partners. Larry Buhl reports on efforts by a group of wealthy individuals called the Patriotic Millionaires to battle income inequality. Rachel Schneider explores why we need to develop new indicators that measure people’s overall financial health, not just their creditworthiness.…
 
Featured interviews with Gretchen Peterson, the director of human resources at Dave’s Killer Bread, and Hollywood producer turned prison-reform advocate Scott Budnick. Lily Bowles, sustainability officer at Aspiration, examines which companies are exemplary when it comes to hiring a diverse workforce.…
 
Featured interview with Linked-In co-founder Allen Blue. Megan Kamerick reports on a national network called TechHire, which is forging pathways for overlooked Americans to gain skills and access to technical jobs. Dorian Warren shares his take on how Donald Trump is betraying the working-class communities that he vowed to fight for.…
 
Featured interview with Beyond Meat CEO Ethan Brown and board member Ray Lane. Ernest Savage reports on how a startup called Milk and Eggs is trying to bring fresh fruits and vegetables to food deserts. Natalie Foster explores why the Independent Drivers Guild in New York represents an important new form of collective worker power.…
 
Featured interview with Hello Alfred CEO Marcela Sapone. Ernest Savage reports on efforts by the National Domestic Workers Alliance to create good jobs in sectors that haven’t traditionally had them. Dorian Warren casts a skeptical eye on the mad rush by one city after another to attract Amazon’s new headquarters.…
 
Featured interview with Herman Miller CEO Brian Walker. Marty Goldensohn reports on how employers are trying to tackle the “privacy crisis” in open offices. Natalie Foster explains why now is the time for a big, bold expansion of the Earned Income Tax Credit for the working poor.
 
Featured interview with CSRHub CEO Cynthia Figge. Megan Kamerick reports on the growth of social impact investing, including among major charitable foundations. Dorian Warren explores Silicon Valley's "invisible workforce."
 
Featured interview with Albert Wenger, partner at Union Square Ventures. Robin Urevich reports on what many see as a model for a universal basic income—Alaska's Permanent Fund Dividend. Natalie Foster examines how the Affordable Care Act has been a boon for entrepreneurship.
 
Featured interview with Mike Jackson, founder of 2050 Marketing and a former top General Motors executive.
 
Featured interview with Business Talent Group CEO Jody Miller. Marty Goldensohn reports on a policy aimed at helping the growing ranks of gig workers: portable benefits. Sandra Smith explores why many of those seeking work in poor African American communities struggle to get job referrals from family and friends.…
 
Featured interviews with Shake Shack CEO Randy Garutti and Rob Siegel, who wrote the biopic "The Founder" about McDonald's mogul Ray Kroc. Lily Bowles, sustainability officer at Aspiration, takes a look at which fast-food companies are leaders, and which are laggards, when it comes to taking care of their people and the environmen…
 
Featured interview with Alan Murray, chief content officer at Time Inc. Marty Goldensohn reports on "Shared Value"—an orientation in which companies look to solve social problems as part of their core business strategy. Natalie Foster comments on much-needed efforts to help caregiver jobs become good jobs.…
 
Episode 3 Featured interview with Berkhemer Clayton CEO Betsy Berkhemer-Credaire Robin Urevich reports on how a common employer practice—asking job candidates for their salary history—may be holding back women's pay. Dorian Warren explores why food stamps are important not just for people's good health, but also for the economy's.…
 
Bonus Episode: “The New Blue-Collar Blues” Featured Interviews with former Treasury Secretary and Alcoa CEO Paul O’Neill and former Labor Secretary Robert Reich Lily Bowles, sustainability officer at Aspiration, takes a look at which companies are leaders, and which are laggards, when it comes to worker safety.…
 
Episode 2 Featured interview with IDEO CEO Tim Brown Robin Urevich reports on one design-driven project for social change. Natalie Foster explains how, in an age when union membership is very low, workers are using digital technology to find their collective voice.
 
Episode 1 Featured interview with Unilever CEO Paul Polman Megan Kamerick reports on how companies are using social purpose as a way to attract millennial talent. Dorian Warren explores why employers that stand to lose with Trump’s immigration policy—those in construction and agriculture, for instance—aren’t speaking out more loudly against the ...…
 
Hosted by the Drucker Institute’s Rick Wartzman, author of four books and a Fortune contributor, The Bottom Line puts a spotlight on companies that are advancing social progress—and those that aren’t. By engaging in lively conversation with top executives and other experts, Wartzman draws out insights into some of the most pressing issues of ou ...…
 
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