An international organization closes its doors soon after its founders leave. Will its network regenerate?
One of the first LGBT centers in the country has closed, and the road to that closure seems very familiar.
The embattled Atlanta Symphony Orchestra is looking to endow 11 chairs in the orchestra at between $2 million and $2.5 million each.
The richest universities, even though they did lose assets during the recession, did not have to pinch pennies in their moneymaking capacities and so hit the ground running as the recovery started.
Paul Schervish of Boston College’s Center on Wealth and Philanthropy and associate director John Havens will both retire, and the Center will retire with them.
The fact that Sherriff Joe Arpaio serves a vegetarian diet to the 8,300 people in his custody apparently has so impressed PETA that they sent Baywatch star Pamela Anderson, to the Maricopa County Jail to serve the inmates lunch.