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Top London business school to train leaders how to do good
by Lee Mannion
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31 January 2018
On 31 January 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
One of the world's top business schools in London said on Wednesday (31 January) that it will set up an institute to tackle challenges facing poor countries -- the first of its kind to do so. The London Business School said the founders of the Lonely Planet travel guides had donated 10 million pounds ($14 million) to create the Wheeler Institute of Business and Development.
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