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News Briefing: On Eve of Philanthropy Forum, Clinton Worries About Economy

By Kate Golden on September 23, 2008No Comment
  • The MacArthur Foundation awards 25 ‘genius awards.’  [New York Times]
  • Two western aid workers are abducted in Somalia.  [Reuters]
  • Clinton expresses concern for the economic downturn on the eve of his annual philanthropy gathering.  [Washington Post]
  • Because most college endowments are highly diversified, they should weather the turmoil on Wall Street.  [ABC News]
  • The trustees of the Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust are trying to figure out how to allocate funds.  [The New Yorker]
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