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Gary Parr, Lazard vice chairman, explains why he is concerned about the fate of charitable giving.
Dave Boyce, Fundly CEO, explains how his company helps people raise funds for relief efforts.
Republicans target Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius for her soliciting of funds on behalf of a non-profit group, called Enroll America, from two private entities.
WASHINGTON, May 21- With the White House already reeling from three major controversies, some Republican lawmakers are zeroing in on what they perceive is another possible scandal tied to President Barack Obama's landmark health reform law just as it nears implementation.
The Wharton International Volunteer Program (WIVP) is leveraging the skills of its members to provide consulting services to resource-strapped NGOs in developing countries.
BOSTON, May 20- When the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare, starts rolling out in October, it will overhaul how Americans get healthcare coverage.
Bloomberg said last week that its reporters had limited access to some data considered proprietary, including when a customer logs in or looks for information on assets such as equities or bonds. Since then, other Bloomberg clients, including JPMorgan Chase& Co and government agencies across the globe, have said they were looking into the issue.
WASHINGTON-- Interior Secretary Sally Jewell told a Senate panel Wednesday that "Indian education is embarrassing" as she laid out her priorities on issues affecting Native Americans and Alaska Natives. Jewell made her first appearance as Interior secretary before the Senate Indian Affairs Committee, chaired by Sen.
The Robin Hood Foundation funds programs to fight poverty, and recently helped raise $80 million. Barry Sternlicht and David Saltzman of the Robin Hood Foundation, offer insight.
Mark Teixeira, New York Yankees first baseman, talks with CNBC's Bob Pisani, about his return to the roster at the end of May; and his support of the Harlem RBI charity.
DENVER-- An expansion of Medicaid eligibility that's expected to add 160,000 adults to public health care assistance in Colorado was signed into law Monday. Kevin Lundberg, of Berthoud. Colorado will be on the hook "down the road for Medicaid dollars we don't have," he said.
CNBC's Bob Pisani, talks with Steven Starker, BTIG co-founder; and Miss America's Mallory Hagan, about raising money for various children's charities.
*Company looks to buy shares restricted since Cargill split. May 13- U.S. fertilizer producer Mosaic Co plans to have accumulated a $2 billion cash pile by the end of May to buy back shares locked up since its split from agribusiness giant Cargill Inc..
DURHAM, N.C.-- Philanthropist, businesswoman and Duke University alumna Melinda Gates says graduates of her alma mater can use technology in a way she couldn't as a student to connect with others and make a difference in the world. Gates spoke Sunday, when Duke awarded more than 5,000 undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees.
WASHINGTON, May 9- In a largely symbolic move, Republican leaders in Congress told President Barack Obama on Thursday that they will not participate in picking members of a controversial healthcare panel intended to restrain cost growth in the Medicare health insurance program for the elderly and disabled.
It's the single largest philanthropic gift to China from foreign donors. Stephen Schwarzman, Blackstone Group chairman, CEO & co-founder, discusses the launch of a scholarship program in China funded by his personal donation and Blackstone Group.
This is an unofficial transcript of Warren Buffett and Bill Gates appearing live on CNBC's Squawk Box on Monday, May 6, 2013 from 6 am ET to 9 am ET.
WASHINGTON, May 6- "Tax the other guy, not me!" Republican Dave Camp, chairman of the powerful tax-writing Ways and Means panel in the U.S. House of Representatives, commissioned the report. One supporter of the Cayman Islands, home to many offshore business ventures, commented on page 523: "Do not associate the Cayman Islands with tax evasion."
NEW YORK, May 6- Slower growth in the pace of U.S. healthcare spending reflects a fundamental change in the use of medical services that could save the country nearly $800 billion in the next decade, according to two new studies released on Monday.
Billionaires Bill Gates and Warren Buffett said limits on charitable deductions could hurt giving—but only among the lesser rich.