Dick continues a series of conversations with people about conflict and steps towards forgiveness. Or not. Today he speaks with Kenan Trebincevic who returned to his native Bosnia to track down neighbors who turned on his family. He found he is not ready to forgive.
When Swedish businessman Lennart Dahlgren moved to Moscow as the first general manager of IKEA in Russia, he had only a vague idea that corruption and bribes were part of doing business there. But Lennart and IKEA had a different idea…be totally transparent and do everything above board. No pay-offs. Lennart is now retired - and he has written a memoir of his time in Russia, called “Despite Absurdity: How I Conquered Russia While It Conquered Me.” Also: Noah Z. Jones goes to Hollywood.