Finger-wagging critics have missed the most provocative component of the TED empire.
An important lesson that no one is talking about but that we all need to learn.
Philanthropy is not sufficient and taxation is necessary.
As Fair Trade USA changes its certification standards, a tempest is brewing among those in the coffee industry who see technology and transparency as the means to lift farmers out of poverty.
Now there is a focus on nonprofit executive pay at the state level. Government has routinely picked battles with the nonprofit sector.
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Governor Walker's ideology requires that people who need assistance seek private charity and that private charity be deprived of the means of assisting them.
What needs to be under public scrutiny is the entire range of unfettered discretion in spending that some nonprofit executives—and their boards—exercise.
The nonprofit sector has become infected with the shortsighted, quarter-to-quarter thinking that addles Wall Street.
It is vital that lawmakers continue to use tax policy to encourage charitable giving, especially during times of economic recovery.