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News Briefing: New York Loses Consummate A-List Philanthropist

By Kate Golden on August 14, 2007No Comment
  • The Ford Foundation names Luis Ubinas, director at McKinsey & Company, as its new President.  [Associated Press]
  • The Boy Scouts look to recruit the nation’s largest and fastest growing minority:  Latinos.  [Boston Globe]
  • A movement grows to make neighborhoods comfortable places for the elderly to grow older.  [New York Times]
  • Brooke Astor, "one of the great philanthropists of our time," passes away at 105.  [New York Times]
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