The U.S. Senate might be on the verge of maximizing the world’s ROI on a meeting that took place twelve-and-a-half years ago. In an economy that measures results in annual and quarterly cycles, it’s inconvenient that the takeaways from some meetings can take more than a decade to appear. But if President Barack Obama signs the global land mine treaty, at the urging of 68 U.S. Senators, the decision will resonate around the world and put meetings ROI in a slightly different light. The Mine ...

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