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News Briefing: Not Many Speak Their Mind to Gates Foundation

By Kate Golden on August 4, 2008No Comment
  • After the long and bitter primaries, Clinton calls his foundation ‘my life.’  [Washington Post]
  • Network for Good acquires ePhilanthropy, part of a strategy to expand its reach without draining money from other parts of the nonprofit world.  [Washington Post]
  • The Gates Foundation’s clout and power worries some critics.  [Seattle Times]
  • Whole Foods shows its support for small-scale agriculture by offering grants to help firms that meet its quality standards.  [Los Angeles Times]
  • IBM’s Corporate Service Corps program aims to stretch the company’s global reach.  [Wall Street Journal]
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