Life's Work: Muhammad Yunus
Harvard Business Review , রবিবার, নভেম্বর ২৫, ২০১২


Muhammad Yunus won a Nobel Peace Prize for spreading the concept of microcredit—tiny loans to help poor people start businesses—via his Bangladesh-based Grameen Bank. He resigned as CEO of that organization last year, at age 70, due to pressure from the Bangladeshi government, but he remains active in Grameen ventures elsewhere in the world. Interviewed by Alison Beard লিঙ্ক