Boston companies show how to step up when tragedy strikes

04/30/2013 | Entrepreneur online

The actions of The Boston Beer Co. in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing provide an excellent blueprint for responding to a local crisis, writes Catherine Clifford. Founder Jim Koch has pledged to donate the profits from the company's marathon-themed beer and to sponsor next year's edition of the event. Other Boston businesses have offered free meals to emergency workers and collectively contributed nearly $17 million to help victims.

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