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Bloomberg Philanthropies Ranked Among Most Innovative Companies

Posted by: Editor | Feb 11, 2014

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Bloomberg Philanthropies has been named one of the most innovative companies in the world by Fast Company as part of its annual guide to business performance and creativity. Focusing on the foundation's results-oriented approach to tackling the world's most important issues, the magazine hails Bloomberg Philanthropies’ data-driven philosophy and highlights its role in driving progress against tobacco use.

According to Fast Company, "Bloomberg data wonks have ranked the top 10 global causes of death. By focusing on tobacco control, they address 60% of deaths on the list. And by concentrating on the countries that together contained two-thirds of the world's smokers, Bloomberg positions itself for maximum impact."

Visit Bloomberg Philanthropies web site to learn more about their work and the Bloomberg Initiative to Reduce Tobacco Use.

 

 

 

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