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News Briefing: Starting a New Chapter After Foundation Jobs End

By Kate Golden on November 26, 2007No Comment
  • Travel company operator Hal Taussig gives away all of his company’s profits to help the poor.  [Associated Press]
  • Goldman Sachs starts a donor-driven philanthropy fund that aims to reach $1 billion over the next few years.  [New York Times]
  • Former foundation employees form alumni groups to stay in touch.  [New York Times]
  • The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra will sell its collection of rare string instruments for $20 million.  [New York Times]
  • Bono’s mission to fight poverty enlists some powerful players.  [Washington Post]
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