Instructing Capitalism at the Skoll World Forum

As Bono so eloquently stated at this year's Skoll World Forum, "capitalism is not immoral, but it is amoral, and it needs instructing." The community of innovators, disruptors and entrepreneurs who gathered in Oxford last week are innovating ideas for change that are worth sharing. 

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TEDWomen Updates: Diana Nyad and EverWalk Nation

At the age of 64, Diana Nyad became the first person to make the 110-mile swim from Havana to Key West without a shark cage. Now, Diana is working on a new goal. Along with her Cuba swim expedition leader, Bonnie Stoll, Diana has founded EverWalk NATION, a bold movement to get people to pledge to walk three times a week.

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TEDWomen 2016 Speaker Lineup announced!

Many people ask, “How do you select the speakers for TEDWomen?” The answer is not a simple one. As curator, I read everything I can find that has to do with women, our work, books, research, stories ... and I hear recommendations from fellow TEDsters and friends around the world. 

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Five TEDWomen Talks for Women's Equality Day

Women's Equality Day was established in 1971 to recall the passage of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. In commemoration of that milestone, and the miles we still have to go, here are five TEDTalks from past TEDWomen conferences about the state of women and equality in the United States today.

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