Many Female College Grads Out-Earn Men (but Not for Long)
Recent male and female college grads make pretty comparable salaries, according to an analysis by the New York Fed.
HSBC List Shows Putin Allies, Drug Lords Used Swiss Secrecy
The private-banking unit of HSBC profited for years handling secret accounts whose holders included drug cartels, arms dealers and fugitives, says a report released Sunday.
Post-Recession Corporate Giving Increased at Biggest Companies
Sixty-four percent of the world's biggest companies increased their corporate philanthropy from 2010 to 2013, according to a report.
Advisors’ Human Capital Disaster
Three overlooked trends are already playing out with the potential to make the advisory industry's talent shortage a catastrophe, recruiter Jon Henschen writes.
Shutdown Plays Havoc With Federally Funded Nonprofits
For example, the federal Women, Infants and Children food program is set to start cutting off food to low-income mothers and children.
Corporate Giving Back on Prerecession Track: Report
Aggregate corporate giving rose by 42% from 2007 to 2012, according to CECP.
What Nonprofits Want From Funders
Nonprofits believe foundations could be a lot more helpful in certain critical areas, according to a survey by the Center for Effective Philanthropy.
12 Non-U.S. Investors Who Pledged Half Their Wealth to Charity
Billionaire families from eight countries have joined the Giving Pledge started in 2010 by Warren Buffett and Bill Gates.
Meredith Whitney: Government Case Against S&P ‘Hard to Believe’
She discussed the government’s case against the ratings agency, her municipal bond call and her thoughts on new Citigroup CEO Michael Corbat.
11 U.S. Donors Join Buffett/Gates ‘Giving Pledge’
Eleven more wealthy U.S. families have committed to give half of their wealth to charitable causes, the Giving Pledge announced last week.