Whether by the book or ad-hoc, the defining feature of successful boards is not the model but the people who make it work.
A settlement of nearly $600,000 has been made by the City of New York to resolve a lawsuit filed by Occupy Wall Street protestors arrested as they walked on a sidewalk in the East Village on New Year’s Day 2012. The suit claimed that police had acted unreasonably by arresting the protestors after asking them to disperse even while they did not allow them to do so.
WNET, the public broadcasting station in New York, may need to take a more systemic look at its standards for accepting and disclosing financial support after a second major scandal regarding the influence of major individual funders on its programming.
It’s a gift that keeps on giving. These two organizations have donors that care enough to assume or pay down their mortgages. Now, that is love!
Interactive museum exhibits are all the new rage, and this is one we love. A video allows fans to see P-Funk’s iconic Mothership being reassembled at the Smithsonian.
After the Boy Scouts of America changed its policy on openly gay scouts, many predicted that it would result in a mass exodus. That has not occurred, according to the BSA, but the changes are clearly not complete.