Some criticize business people for being in it for just the money. But many are in it for the money and a chance to do some good.
Like Chris Wolz.
Wolz, 56, and his two business partners, classmates at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, built their company, Forum One, into a thriving enterprise that tries to make money while also pushing social goals such as better housing, medical care and a cleaner environment.
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