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News Briefing: Iron Checkbook Shapes Cultural Los Angeles

By Kate Golden on February 10, 2010No Comment
  • The Philadelphia Orchestra suffered unexpectedly weak ticket sales this fall, another blow in a spiraling financial crisis.  [New York Times]
  • Eli Broad, billionaire philanthropist,is known to pull his support, resign from a board, or, in some cases, decline to fulfill his financial promises when a project comes together in a way he doesn’t like. [New York Times]
  • The weak economy forces some private colleges – including Dartmouth and Williams – to limit their student aid packages.  [Associated Press]
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