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News Briefing: AT&T Giving $100 Million to Fight Dropouts

By Kate Golden on April 17, 2008No Comment
  • AT&T gives $100 million to address the problem of high school dropouts.  [New York Times]
  • Diana and Stephen Goldberg donate $25 million to the Children’s National Medical Center in Washington.  [Washington Post]
  • The financial director of Guggenheim Bilbao is fired after embezzling more than $775,000.  [New York Times]
  • Dorothy and Herbert Vogel will distribute 2,500 contemporary artworks throughout the country, with 50 pieces going to a selected art institution in each state.  [Los Angeles Times]
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