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  • For example, they may set up a social business, defined by Muhammad Yunus as an entity that seeks to maximize social goals, such as supporting the poor, while recovering its costs through market activities and reinvesting rather than distributing any profits see Yunuss book Creating a World Without Poverty: Social Business and the Future of Capitalism.

    Creative Capitalism

  • The low-profit, limited liability corporation or L3C seeks to combine the features of a regular limited liability company with the socially beneficial aspects of a nonprofit.

    Creative Capitalism

  • Current marketing research seeks to test the Bass model with global diffusion data for a comprehensive summary of recent work on the Bass model, see Mahajan, Muller, and Wind, 2000a.

    Diffusion of Innovations

  • While it is generally admitted that Leonardo was hugely gifted, the modern tendency to arrogant ‘epochism’ seeks to undermine his achievements.

    The Templar Revelation

  • Karman, who is a senior member of the opposition Islamic fundamentalist Islah Party, said the body seeks to "protect the unity of the country before it completely collapses."

    Yemeni protesters announce shadow government

  • “Mother of Jeff Weise seeks to be appointed trustee,” Associated Press, Nov. 26, 2005.


  • “The ironic thing about the narrowing-down of neurosis is that the person seeks to avoid death, but he does it by killing off so much of himself…”

    Experiencing the Next World Now

  • At the other extreme from the Barge is the Tugboat who seeks to appease.

    Thin, Rich and Happy

  • While a student at the relatively progressive Al-Thagr High School in Jeddah, bin Laden fell under the spell of a charismatic Syrian physical education teacher who organized after-school Koran reading sessions and who may have inducted the teenager into the Muslim Brotherhood, a pan-Islamic movement that seeks to further Islamicize the Muslim world.

    The Longest War

  • The name is an acronym formed by the rejiggered initials of the International Organization for Standardization, headquartered in Geneva; ISO is rooted in the Greek word for “equal,” and this outfit seeks to get everyone to agree on the same symbols for the same things.

    The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time


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