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How Much Is Enough For Executives of Nonprofit Health Insurers?

May 22, 2010; Philadelphia Enquirer | Marino's pay in 2009 was nearly $935,000 in salary—plus bonuses of $7.8 million.—Bruce Trachtenberg

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Cleveland Botanical Garden Business Model “Wilting”

May 23, 2010; Cleveland .com | Another of Cleveland's cultural institutions is hit hard by recession.—Ruth McCambridge

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State Does Battle Against Veterans' Fund-Raising Groups

May 23, 2010; Register-Guard | The way things are going, the U.S. Defense Department may to have to launch a military-like campaign to put down the many organizations claiming to collect money on behalf of veterans but mostly keeping what they raise for their personal benefit.—Bruce Trachtenberg

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Is Congress Ready To Fund Individual Artists?

May 23, 2010; Denver Post | Following health care reform and the likelihood that a sweeping financial reform package will be approved soon, some say this might be the right time to start seeking Congressional approval to reinstate grants from the National Endowment of the Arts to individual artists.—Bruce Trachtenberg

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Harvard, Dartmouth, Others Helped Deepen Economic Crisis

May 20, 2010; BusinessWeek | The Center for Social Philanthropy at the Tellus Institute released a report this week suggesting that the investment decisions of nonprofit universities with mammoth endowments worsened the nation’s economic crisis because their investment managers “succumbed to Wall Street’s influence” and “took on too much risk."—Rick Cohen

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Oil Spill Taxes Fund Summer Jobs

May 20, 2010; The Hill | Congress has discovered a way of using BP’s excise tax penalty payments for purposes other than the oil spill clean-up.—Rick Cohen

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For-Profits Managing Charter Schools—A Problem?

May 20, 2010; New York Daily News | Unless there is a big editing error in this article, its defense of charter schools in New York that are managed by for-profit companies seems to add up to an unintentional endorsement of nonprofit charter management.—Rick Cohen



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