June 23, 2009, Bloomberg — When young Yale graduates need to hit up other alumni for charity, they tap the Old Boy and Girl Internetwork.
June 3, 2009, Bloomberg — Dartmouth College, alma mater of former U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson Jr. and General Electric Co. Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Immelt, sold $250 million of 10-year notes, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
June 2, 2009, Bloomberg — Though the hit revival of “Hair” isn’t running at a Shubert-owned theater, Shubert money helped the Broadway show get on its feet.
May 26, Bloomberg — At last year’s Ira W. Sohn Investment Research Conference, Greenlight Capital Inc.’s David Einhorn told an audience of hedge-fund managers that Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. wasn’t disclosing the whole truth about its finances.
April 23, 2009, Bloomberg — Kellogg Co., the world’s largest cereal maker, will donate $10 million worth of Rice Krispies, Frosted Mini-Wheats and other products to U.S. food banks to help meet a 30 percent jump in demand.
April 6, 2009, Bloomberg — New York City will expand loan opportunities and find ways to help the city’s 40,000 nonprofit organizations reduce costs and find new donors in the midst of the economic downturn, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said.
House Republican Leader John Boehner calls President Barack Obama’s proposal to limit high earners’ charitable tax deductions a “sharp blow to charities at a time when they are hurting during the economic downturn.”
U.S. nonprofit theaters are cutting staff and expanding discounts as they anticipate disappointing ticket sales and fundraising, according to a new survey by the Theatre Communications Group.