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Wealth equals more than Profit: Corporate Social Responsibility
By Nehemiah Choi

Nehemiah ChoiI am a freshman in the Carlson School of Management. I have yet to decide which major or majors to pursue; however, I have a lot of interest in Psychology and other majors relating to Psychology. My digital story topic is the issue of corporate social responsibility and I hope to communicate my message of, "There is more to business and economy than the aspect of just earning money and making profit." I am also tri-lingual in Korean, English, and Chinese, and I'm also working on my fourth right now which is Norwegian.

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