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A bank cultivates prosperity by lending locally and giving profits back.
US Editor of The Economist says fix captialism by ending obesession with stock values.
Economist Jane D'Arista says retirement funds can be invested locally, avoiding Wall St.
Economist David Korten says power is moving from Wall St. to Main St, which is ok by him.
A community in Washington state pulls together to grow local jobs, using local resources.
Worker-owned cooperatives - with lofty goals - are on the rise and scaling up.
Four women start a catering co-op; part of a national movement to and train co-op groups.
A man creates a stunning tiny office that improves his work life and his bottom line.
In time banking people swap services in a cashless system - which lowers taxes as well.
Do we need to rethink how we measure well-being? See why it may be a good idea.
Where are the jobs of the future going to come from? Watch this animation to find out.
Do we need to rethink how we measure well-being? Find out why it may be a good idea.
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