Commentary: The End Of Conspicuous Philanthropy?
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May 5, 2009, Forbes.com — Anyone who scowled in 2008 when the New York Public Library announced that it would rename its historic Beaux Arts building on Fifth Avenue the Stephen A. Schwarzman building and chisel his name into it five times to mark his $100 million pledge, might have smiled at the news last week: The Chronicle of Philanthropy reported that anonymous giving is soaring. In this re-calibrated world, it seems, some big givers no longer want such notoriety.
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- Stephen A. Schwarzman
- Fifth Avenue