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News Briefing: Giant Wall St. Fraud Leaves Charities Reeling

By Kate Golden on December 16, 2008No Comment
  • The nonprofit community continues to reel from the Madoff scandal.  [New York Times]

  • The Brooklyn Museum transfers its rich collection of costumes to the Metropolitan Museum of Art.  [New York Times]

  • Senator Frank Lautenberg's foundation is among the groups that has lost money in Bernard Madoff's fraud.  [Bloomberg]

  • City officials have taken unprecedented steps to prevent a next wave of veterans from sleeping on its streets.  [New York Times]
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