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News Briefing: Holy Land Foundation Organizers to Learn Fate Today

By Kate Golden on May 27, 2009No Comment
  • Five former Holy Land Foundation organizers will learn their fates today as a federal judge is expected to hand down their sentences in the largest terrorism financing case in US history.  [Dallas Morning News]
  • Hal Smith steps down as executive director of Catholic Charities of Baltimore after 33 years at the charity's helm.  [Baltimore Sun]
  • More than 1,000 hedge-fund managers and financial-services executives will pay $3,000 to attend the 14th annual Ira W. Sohn Investment Research Conference; proceeds will go to cancer research.  [Bloomberg]
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