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News Briefing: Bill Gates Prods Washington on Foreign Aid, Education

By Kate Golden on December 4, 2008No Comment
  • Bill Gates urges lawmakers and the Obama administration to maintain U.S. investments in foreign-aid and education initiatives.  [Wall Street Journal]
  • Harvard announces a 22% drop in its endowment in an interim report.  [New York Times]
  • The ascension of Philip J. Smith and Robert E. Wankel to the top of the Shubert Organization last week ends a 20-year guessing game.  [New York Times]
  • Earl Stafford, a businessman in Virginia, buys a $1 million inauguration hotel package so that people in need can attend.  [Los Angeles Times]
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