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microcredit

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Solar lamp, water filter aimed at India's poor

The Sollys solar lamp and Sheba water filter are designed to help people in India who live without electricity and clean water.

By August 27, 2010

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Tech Museum honors tech that benefits humanity

Groups offering renewable light and energy sources, auto-disable syringes, and a 3D system are among the finalists for Tech Museum of Innovation awards.

By November 12, 2008

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Rallying cry for innovation at Fortune Brainstorm Green and Milken Conference

Doreen Lorenzo, president of frog design, attended the recent Fortune Brainstorm Green and the Milken Global Conference and identified a common theme.

By May 3, 2008

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Microformats (II): The limitations of microloans

In an article in this week's New Yorker, James Surowiecki ("The Wisdom of Crowds") scrutinizes the effectiveness of microloans in bolstering the economies of developing countries.

By March 18, 2008

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The shrinking brand: marketing in a small world

The world is small. Life is short. But brands still want to be big and have a long life. That's no longer viable. Given the atomization of audience size and behavior, they will need to "shrink," too, if they want to remain able to connect with consumers.

By January 1, 2008

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Shopping for fruitcake-free holidays

Web sites that give gift giving a do-good dimension.

By December 15, 2006