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Profit from charity: Is it all that bad?

By Rich Barlow
Globe Correspondent / January 8, 2009

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Executives compensated like sultans. Newfangled investment instruments. Promiscuous spending on overhead. The recipe for corporate America's current financial agony, to be sure. It is also one author's serious recommendation for how charities - charities! - should run. And the idea isn't as bonkers as a subprime mortgage. (Full article: 539 words)

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