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Business Ethics

Here’s something new for Swarthmore College. This appears in the latest edition of The Bulletin with a feature on social entrepreneurship. Many of the school’s alumni have embraced a business model that seeks to solve society’s problems in a financially … Continue reading

January 14, 2015 by John W. Tomac
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The Voters Have Spoken

As the 114th Congress convenes, 5280 comments on the electorate’s contradictory decisions–passing ballot measures, like raising the minimum wage and legalizing marijuana while simultaneously electing lawmakers who oppose them. This only happens when the voters are disengaged the process. Until, … Continue reading

January 13, 2015 by John W. Tomac
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Stuntman

Stuntmen perform death-defying feats for our entertainment. Well they used to. Now they do it all in front of green screens wearing motion capture suits. Grantland profiles Rueben Langdon, a classically trained stuntman who is forefront of the changes to … Continue reading

January 08, 2015 by John W. Tomac
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Love Connection

Something new for The Boston Globe on the perils of online dating. Long story short, people have a tendency to be misleading about their age, appearance and interests on the internet (shocking!) so making a connection is more difficult than advertised. … Continue reading

January 06, 2015 by John W. Tomac
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Plugged In

Here’s something I worked on last year that finally sees the light of day in the January issue of National Underwriter Property & Casualty. This illustration appears with a story that illuminates the way brokers are plugging into the growing renewable energy market. The … Continue reading

January 05, 2015 by John W. Tomac
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All About That Bass

New work for Grantland all about that bass, ‘bout that bass and cheating. Actually, cheating is a big problem in the world of competitive bass fishing. So much so, that a polygraph is part of the process for certifying the … Continue reading

December 03, 2014 by John W. Tomac
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A Legal Laboratory

New work for Stanford Lawyer’s fall issue. This appears with a feature on the Gould Negotiation and Mediation Program and the Alternative Dispute Resolution cirriculum. These classes are a laboratory for students to test their ethical judgement and experience dispute resolution … Continue reading

November 20, 2014 by John W. Tomac
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