Earth, Water, Fire: How to Protect Your Clients' Homes
If coastal homes aren’t getting hit with storms, they’re getting hit with higher insurance rates.
Bill Gross and His Wife Commit Entire Fortune to Charity
Bill Gross and Carl Icahn got into a verbal boxing match about philanthropy last week.
Rulebreaking Runs Rampant on Wall Street, Survey Finds
A quarter of financial services professionals would engage in insider trading to make $10 million if they could get away with it, and nearly 40% of younger Wall Streeters would do so, a new survey reveals.
Nonprofit Sector Reacts to ‘Worst Charities’ Exposé
The sector has responded with a mixture of alarm and calls for action; meanwhile, Oregon has passed a law to curb some unsavory practices.
SIFMA Names Former Sen. Gregg as CEO
SIFMA announced Monday that former Sen. Judd Gregg has been appointed CEO and that Ken Bentsen, acting president and CEO, is now president.
Top 10 Richest Colleges for 2012—The Biggest Endowments
After a big year in 2011, these 10 colleges’ funds rose at a much slower rate last year.
Bill Gross ‘Stamps’ His Approval on $2 Million Auction
Bill Gross and his wife, Sue, will auction pieces of their stamp collection in April with the proceeds going to charity.
Minority-Owned Businesses Ripe for Cash Infusions
Kesha Cash of Jalia Ventures teaches minority business owners how to get access to capital
Top 10 Mega-Wealthy Donors in 2012
The donors on The Chronicle of Philanthropy’s 2013 Philanthropy 50 committed a total of $7.4 billion to charity in 2012. Three of the top five philanthropists were couples under 40.
Buffett’s Gift Tops 13 Biggest Donations of 2012
Warren Buffett pledged more than $3 billion in 2012, making him the most generous donor among America’s biggest philanthropists, according to a survey released by The Chronicle of Philanthropy.