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Monday, June 11, 2001
Daily FT abstract: --- ISB's founders want India's philosophical traditions to enrich cutting-edge [MBA] courses: "Business is a force for good. The most important engines of social and economic progress are companies that create and distribute wealth and raise people's living standards. Therefor management is a calling and a profession that sits at the heart of creating good for society and for individuals" says Sumantra Ghoshal, founding dean of ISB. Business should be closer to that idea. --- GSK and cheaper AIDS drugs for third-world countries: "Several big UK pension funds recently held discussions with the company aimed at heading off what some said could become a 'reputational risk' over the issue of access to medicines." ---

My current memedispensers: Listening to Rundfunk is like having Gilles Peterson's Worldwide Show 24 hours a day. --- The aftermath of my recent visit to the ZKM in Karlsruhe: Tom Fürstner, Lydia Lindner, Olafur Eliasson and works of other highly talented artists. If you are in Stuttgart, Frankfurt or even Karlsruhe and got some spare time, have a look, it's definitly worth a visit. --- The Coen brothers' movie The Hudsucker Proxy.

Timothy McVeigh has been killed according to this detailed protocol. Justice perverted humanity, religion and ethics. Hurting others in any way can never be legitimate.
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