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Companies Need to Stop Pretending It’s Business as Usual

Nothing about right now is normal.

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Corporate America keeps plowing ahead. With the stock market hitting a new high early in September and businesses trying to resume normal business hours, it’s not hard to think we are in the midst of a rush to return to “business as usual.”

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Tiffani Ashley Bell

Tiffani Ashley Bell

Founder & Executive Director at The @HumanUtility. @HowardU @ycombinator alumna. HKS Fellow. Investor. In 2021, at @StanfordGSB. Water is a human right.

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