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The collapse in the company’s valuation has implications for investors in start-ups
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Rises in taxes on the ultra-wealthy risk being undermined by the generous tax break given for charitable donations
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The number of charitable groups keeps growing but only a few have the capacity to absorb very large gifts
Younger members of wealthy families urge unspent funds to be invested for positive impact
Suspicious packages sent to critics of the president including Biden and De Niro
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Howard Buffett has put a social impact twist on grandfather Warren’s value investing
A US tax office slip-up gives a view into some philanthropic affairs of the super-rich
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The case for civic-minded individuals to step up has never been stronger, yet the disincentives are growing stronger still
With fortunes forged in technology, today’s super-rich aim to ‘hack’ the world’s biggest problems
George Soros and the Kochs have diverted their fortunes to the furtherance of a political or social idea
Co-Impact initiative looks to magnify impact of newer givers
Climate change sceptics are emboldened, but so are the ambitious green philanthropists
Tech entrepreneur puts himself at the head of a Silicon Valley counter-revolution in giving