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Jeremy Gilbreath 9/14/07 Current Event The current event that I found is about the rebirth of the electric car. In Norway the electric car is coming back with a vengeance. The “Think” the name of the new electric car that will be rolling off the assembly line by the end of this year ready to be sold to socially responsible drivers around the world, is revolutionizing the way people think about the electric car. The reason I chose this article for my current event is because it seemed to me to be the one that best connected with the chapters that we have read so far. I went through a fair amount of articles before I settled on this one. Many of them were about social reasonability but none of them seemed as interesting as this one is. Some of the things that I learned in this article where, first that to have a business plan that is almost completely focused on social reasonability can both be good for your
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Unformatted text preview: business along with the environment. I also learned that if you have a problem don’t just make a temporary fix make a permanent fix. I learned this when the creators of the think where deciding how they would recharge there cars, and instead of just using the already established electric grid the basically built there own solar electric grid. The main point in this article was quite simple. Being socially responsible is not only good for the earth, and the people that live on it but it is also good for the company that is socially responsible. A quote that I feel sums this up is “Go Green, Get Rich” lets hopes its just that easy. I did have to explore web sites that I don’t normally use to find this article. And I think that it has expanded my horizons to the news that I can get on the web....
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course MGT 100 taught by Professor Amybeattie during the Fall '07 term at Champlain.

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