In his Corporate Crime column, William F. Johnson of Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson writes: Recovery of a 36-story Fifth Avenue skyscraper is just one example of a slew of recent high-dolla
...the Internal Revenue Service, wrestling with problems of public charity against private foundation status, avoiding potential tax penalties, and dealing with IRS audits. Of course...
Peter J. Kiernan, Rose Mary Bailly and William Josephson from the New York State Law Revision Commission discuss pending amendments involving the Estates, Powers and Trusts Law, indemnification revis
...to VERA, Mr. Turner served as a managing director at the Rockefeller Foundation, where he focused on global urban issues and the redevelopment of...
...included nine years at VERA before becoming managing director of the Rockefeller Foundation in 2007 ...
...of EcoSmart Organic Home Pest Control (the "product") to the foundation of his home and a "couple of spray[s]" inside...
Making buildings more energy efficient is often described as "low-hanging fruit" for achieving dramatic energy savings and reduced greenhouse-gas emissions. While many people appreciate the complexit
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The pressures that pushed Detroit into the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history — diminished tax revenue and rising labor costs — are playing out on a smaller scale around the nat
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