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Today, April 10, thousands of people will go barefoot around the world for the second annual “One Day Without Shoes.” It’s an event organized by Toms Shoes--the company that built a brand around the buy-one-give-one charity model--to raise awareness about the impact a pair of shoes can have on a child’s life. But the day will also shine a light on the Toms model, which is facing two existential flaws that threaten to undo the company’s social impact and business success. Read the full article in Fast Company