Analysts across the political spectrum are challenging more than oversized CEO paychecks
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When charitable intermediaries tout their generosity, reporters should take a closer look.
Commercial DAF sponsors are squirreling away money intended for charities at a greater clip than they're giving it away.
Hundreds of prestigious economists don’t think so. The World Bank, unfortunately, does.
The state legislature has blocked the city’s luxury real estate transfer tax for nearly four years.
Most private foundations stick quite closely to their 5 percent payout requirement. And America's largest are unlikely to give much more than the minimum.
Democrats introduce a bill to hike fuel taxes on private jets and invest the new revenue in public transportation.
Why are our planet’s finest hoopsters bricking free throws? Pals of plutocrats have a convenient explanation.