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At the Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity, there’s only one thing more important than building homes, and that’s building communities.
Magnet’s retiring director of workforce and talent development has a novel educational approach to creating better career opportunities.
An explosion of entrepreneurial activity is reshaping our economy.
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Lee Friedman helps make education available to every Clevelander.
Lee Fisher talks about why reaching across municipal borders for ideas works.
By scrambling to brand themselves as the next silicon valley, many major cities are missing the point — and the opportunity — of the “new economy.”