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Sept. 28, 2020—To better assist shop owners with their business-building tactics, Ratchet+Wrench has compiled of a short list of essential material from some of its favorite sources. Here's a look at a few must-read articles from the past week.

Wildfires Destroyed the Food Truck They Used to Feed the Hungry. The Community Is Helping Bring It BackInc. 

The founders of Daddy Ramen donated meals on a regular basis. Now without their food truck, they're getting a much-needed assist from their supporters.

Walmart Says It Will Reach Zero Emissions By 2040—Without Using Any Offsets — Fast Company

Corporate climate commitments often involve paying into environmental projects to make up for an inability to truly achieve a clean footprint. The retail giant just set the bar higher. Here's how.

When Business as Usual Isn’t Working, Look to Nonprofits for Inspiration — Harvard Business Review  

Three lessons from an Indian health care organization.

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