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News Briefing: Founder of a Nonprofit Is Punished by Its Board

By Kate Golden on January 8, 2008No Comment
  • Grady Memorial Hospital, in Atlanta, faces the prospect of losing its accreditation.  [New York Times]
  • Yale plans on spending $1.15 billion of its endowment in fiscal year 2009 in order to provide more financial aid, bolster scientific research, and make the university’s resources more widely available.  [Washington Post]
  • Holden Karnofsky, founder of GiveWell, is demoted after promoting the organization on a Web site by posing as a prospective donor.  [New York Times]
  • An Islamic group has withdrawn its offer of $1.5 million to Temple University, after concerns were raised about the group’s possible links to terrorism.  [Philadelphia Inquirer]
  • The E.P.A. introduces a public education campaign aimed at getting consumers to recycle their cell phones.  [New York Times]
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