The complete list of customers and others who had an interest in the Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities firm has now been made public. In a court filing yesterday, the court appointed restructuring firm presented a 163 page document with the names and addresses of Madoff’s c … [Read more...] about Madoff Trustee Unveils Client List
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The weekly papers are beginning to hit the Web. from The Forward: Jewish Charities Look to Stimulus Bill To Stave Off Cuts While the public’s eye has been trained on the money that Bernard Madoff allegedly swindled from Jewish organizations, most Jewish charities are f … [Read more...] about NewsBits: Around the Jewish Web
In a post on this site earlier in the week, Bad Times Beget Bad Decisions, Gail Hyman wrote "Brand building and reputation burnishing are important responsibilities for every organization and their leadership." A lesson every organization needs to keep in mind during bad times as … [Read more...] about The Brandeis Art Decision: A Field Day for Editorial Writers
Last Wednesday, The Pratt Foundation hosted a program for the graduates of their Pradler Program at the Jerusalem College of Technology (Machon Lev). According to Pradler director Nirit Roessler, this was a private meeting and to their knowledge no members of the press were in … [Read more...] about What Was Said at the Pradler Conference
One of the still unfolding stories of the current economic crisis evolves around donor rights. As we first wrote about last week, this has long been the basis of legal suits. As to Brandeis, while the original decision to close the Rose Art Museum and sell the collection - though … [Read more...] about The Brandeis Art Decision: What Does it Say to Donors