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By Corilyn Shropshire, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
Jan. 20--David Bornstein peered at the spotty crowd before him with a slight smile that betrayed a twinge of nerves -- not what you'd expect from an evangelist about to rouse a crowd about the power of giving back.
Except he isn't your typical evangelist spreading the word of God, but rather preaching the gospel of social change the enlightened capitalist's way.
Clad in black jeans and a black sweater and looking more like a computer programmer (his former job) than a sought-after author and motivational speaker, Bornstein yesterday was at Carnegie Mellon University trying to sell a group of students on the idea that being an …