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Over at Brandeis University, some MBAs are focusing on social entrepreneurship thanks to a program utilizing a social policy curriculum rather than a traditional business one. For example, Siiri Morley is taking former Peace Corps experience to start a Prosperity Candle, working with women in Haiti and Iraq to produce handmade candles. Here's the story of several other alums who are establishing socially responsible businesses. [Boston Globe]