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News Briefing: Google Offers a Map for Its Philanthropy

By Kate Golden on January 18, 2008No Comment
  • will spend up to $175 million in its first round of grants and investments over the next three years.  [New York Times]
  • The head of a California-based veterans charity dismisses accusations of mismanagement at a congressional hearing.  [Associated Press]
  • Craigslist donates $1.6 million to the University of California, Berkeley to help create the first endowed professorship at its media center.  [Associated Press]
  • Eli Broad announces a $23.3 million grant to jump-start at least 17 new campuses run by two charter-school organizations.  [Los Angeles Times]
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