300 Click for offerAfter stepping down last year, Mr. Polman started Imagine, a consulting firm focused on environmental and social responsibility. This interview, which was condensed and edited for clarity, was conducted in New York City.
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TYPE ::MOUNTAIN BIKEWhat we’re reading: This Grub Street article. Our newsletter director, Adam Pasick, writes: “The secret history of ‘nutcrackers’ — illegal cocktails sold under the counter in New York City — suggests that legalization isn’t the end of the story for mind-altering substances.”
BRAND ::SPORTS SCOTTYBut both he and his employer know that despite their efforts, federal police officers could walk in any day and arrest and deport Mr. Barry, a 37-year-old who made his way from Gambia, because his refugee status has been rejected.
That daughter, Amy Beverlin, grew up to be a lawyer. Last year, she gave her mother a birthday present: a two-tiered wheeled market cart, complete with cup holder and bell.