April 27, 2012 | 9:48 AM
"Human creativity has no limit," he said. "It's only a question of how we apply it."
Professor Yunus spoke at Harvard Business School on April 19th. He urged students to pursue social businesses instead of traditional chairty. Unlike charities, which rely on docations, social businesses employ sustainable funding models. Earned income from social business feeds fund operations and growth. As Professor Yunus explains, "It becomes a perptual cycle. You recycle the money again and again and again. So in that way, the same money works infinite times, while in a charity, it only works onces."
Read some news coverage on Professor Yunus at HBS, here.