Philanthropy lessons from the classroom

One of the main dri­ving forces behind the rise of expe­ri­en­tial phil­an­thropy courses has been the Learning by Giving Foun­da­tion, founded by Doris Buf­fett, the sister of bil­lion­aire investor Warren […]

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Sizing up a prosecutor’s performance

Elected offi­cials, legal experts and police offi­cers on Thursday dif­fered on Staten Island Dis­trict Attorney Dan Donovan ’s han­dling of the grand jury that declined to indict the officer involved […]

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Jeopardy!’ champs have a go at ‘debt’

A recent study from North­eastern Uni­ver­sity, for example, found the pro­por­tion of con­sumer bank­rupt­cies filed pri­marily because of med­ical debt is some­where between 18% to 25%. Despite the smaller percentage, […]

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Why you can’t trust you’re getting the best deal online

The Web is full of per­son­al­ized con­tent, whether it’s a Net­flix rec­om­men­da­tion or the results of a Google search. But con­sumers have protested when e-​​​​commerce com­pa­nies have extended their behind-​​​​the-​​​​scenes personalization […]

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