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Livestrong has been stockpiling cash in recent years, holding four times as much in short-term savings and temporary cash in 2012 as it did three years ago, according to a review of its Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Form 990.
Nordstrom, the Seattle-based department store popular in malls and shopping centers across the country, closed an experimental shop in New York City that donated all profits to charities.
If the old cliché of honesty being the best policy is correct, why are there so many instances of dishonesty in the nonprofit workplace? That was the question discussed today during a session of the 2013 Risk Summit, presented in Boston by the Nonprofit Risk Management Center.
Nine months after announcing that its president and chief executive officer will be stepping down, Blackbaud has appointed an interim president and CEO while a permanent successor is sought. Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Anthony Boor was appointed interim president and CEO, effective Aug. 31, until a permanent CEO is hired.
Alan B. Hall has been appointed as chief executive officer of Russ Reid.
Everyone is talking about data in the cloud and cloud computing in general. The cloud is nothing more than a location and the business processes on the ground are just as important.
The charitable sector spends too much time on the sidelines of the regulatory process when it should be engaging regulators and “willing to stand by what we believe with regulators.” The charitable sector is vital and central to the nation’s safety net so “why are we not also” not in the middle of public policy?
A year after getting into the nonprofit fundraising space, FrontStream Payments, Inc., announced two acquisitions to expand and increase its presence in the United States.
Stuart Paskow, CEO of Mitch-Stuart, Inc. and Michelle Cohen, president, are recipients of the Outstanding Small Business Launched by an Individual 50+ Award, sponsored by FranNet and presented by The SCORE Foundation. The company is a charter sponsor of The NonProfit Times Power and Influence Top 50 annual gala.
Gary Knell, president and CEO of National Public Radio (NPR), will step down from the job after just 18 months to take the same role at National Geographic Society. Both organizations are in Washington, D.C.