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Entrepreneurs and the Recession—Celebrate Who We Are

May 20, 2010; U.S. News & Report | Entrepreneurial activity in the U.S. is at its highest rate in 14 years.—Ruth McCambridge

 

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Part-Time Accountant to Nonprofits On Alert Full-Time For Fraud

May 20, 2010; Philadephia Inquirer | While examining the books, an accountant came across a check that the finance director, William Barnes, had written to himself.—Bruce Trachtenberg

 

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Survey: Public Opinion on Nonprofits Markedly Positive

May 19, 2010; Fenton Forecast | According to a survey of 1,000 Americans, the confidence we have in nonprofits is high, with 80 percent saying they think nonprofit performance is “Good to Excellent.”—Ruth McCambridge

 

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Electric Cooperatives: Are they Short Circuiting Input?

May 20, 2010; Billings Gazette | Some of the nation’s longstanding rural electric coops, organizations with New Deal roots, seem to have strayed from their nonprofit and cooperative origins.—Rick Cohen

 

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Terri Schiavo Foundation Allegedly Operating Without Permission, Using Deceased Relative's Name 'To Make Money'

May 19, 2010; Huffington Post | In the wake of her death, the family feud that surrounded Terri Schiavo's life and death has spread into the nonprofit realm.—Rick Cohen

 

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Philanthropy Business Booming?

May 19, 2010; Wisconsin State Journal | Despite rosy characterizations, the environment for nonprofits in Dane County, Wisconsin, is challenging to say the least.—Rick Cohen

 

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It's a Hairy Idea, But It's Catchy Too

May 20, 2010; Herald Tribune | People in Florida and other states are donating their hair, as well as fur from their dogs, to be used to create absorbent booms to help soak up some of the oil.—Bruce Trachtenberg

 

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