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News Briefing: Buffett Wants Charities to Spend Fast

By Kate Golden on March 2, 2007No Comment
  • Charities – and philanthropy – arise within the lucrative world of hedge funds.  [New York Times]
  • General at Walter Reed Medical Center is relieved of command.  [New York Times]
  • Alumni donor revokes $10M pledge to College of William and Mary to protest the removal of a cross in the school’s chapel.  [Richmond Times-Dispatch]
  • Warren Buffett stipulates a timeline in the dispersing of his $48.4 billion fortune.  [Associated Press]
  • Girl Scout cookie sales gain an entrepreneurial twist.  [New York Times]
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