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Welcome to NEDRA's Industry News blog, where we feature news articles and other items of interest to the research community, curated by the NEDRA News Editor-In-Chief. We hope these selections will be of interest to you - and encourage you to share your thoughts and comments here!

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  • 20 Mar 2012 6:21 PM | Tara McMullen (Administrator)

    The technology industry is thriving, fueled by a rise in innovative startups, an influx of venture capital funding and the promise of high value initial public offerings....technology companies of any size have the opportunity and responsibility to give back.


    http://www.forbes.com/sites/ciocentral/2012/03/18/giving-back-how-every-startup-can-be-philanthropic/

  • 20 Mar 2012 6:19 PM | Tara McMullen (Administrator)
    Nearly a year ago to the day, Bill Gates and Warren Buffett paid a visit to India’s billionaires, asking them to consider taking a “giving pledge” and donating half their wealth to worthy causes before they die. While India’s philanthropists are still far away from meeting that challenge, a report on Indian philanthropy released on Wednesday at the third annual Indian Philanthropy Forum in Mumbai shows that Indian giving is clearly on the rise.

    http://www.livemint.com/2012/03/20221547/Under30s-take-centre-stage-in.html
  • 20 Mar 2012 10:37 AM | Tara McMullen (Administrator)
    The Bank of America Merrill Lynch Study of High Net Worth Women’s Philanthropy, the Million Dollar List and the Women Give 2010 studies are expanding the knowledge base about gender differences in giving.

    http://www.milliondollarlist.org/blog/2012/february/busting-the-myth-that-women-do-not-make-large-gifts

    http://www.milliondollarlist.org/blog/2012/march/busting-the-myth-that-women-do-not-make-large-gifts---part-2
  • 20 Mar 2012 10:30 AM | Tara McMullen (Administrator)
    The latest Top 100 U.S. Equity Hedge Fund list has been released, revealing that many top hedge funds are showing signs of recovery after several tumultuous quarters.

    http://www.hedgetracker.com/article/Top-100-Hedge-Funds-List-Rebounds?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+hedgetracker+%28HedgeTracker%29
  • 14 Mar 2012 9:58 AM | Tara McMullen (Administrator)
    U.S. colleges and universities raised $30.3 billion in contributions in 2011, an increase of 8.2% over a year earlier, according to the annual Voluntary Support of Education survey released last week by the Council for Aid to Education.

    http://www.advisorone.com/2012/03/08/top-20-colleges-in-fundraising-whos-best-at-tappin
  • 14 Mar 2012 9:55 AM | Tara McMullen (Administrator)
    Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is neither synonymous with Corporate Philanthropy nor an alternative. In Corporate Philanthropy, corporates donate a certain portion of their profits to charitable causes. In this context, it is perceived as "improper" for corporates to consider receiving any benefit from it.

    http://gulfnews.com/business/opinion/philanthropy-versus-social-responsibility-1.993852#.T1-cxINyqVM.twitter
  • 14 Mar 2012 9:51 AM | Tara McMullen (Administrator)
    Entrepreneur and philanthropist Chuck Feeney recently made news when his foundation donated $350 million to Cornell University. The huge gift was made to clinch that institution's victory in Mayor Michael Bloomberg's competition to build a technology-incubating campus in New York City. Behind the scenes, what generated the Atlantic Philanthropies' donation was Mr. Feeney's refusal to fall into a trap that has snared many other philanthropists.

    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970203370604577263820686621862.html?mod=googlenews_wsj
  • 14 Mar 2012 9:49 AM | Tara McMullen (Administrator)
    Until somewhat recently in the U.S., community foundations were pretty much the province of the wealthy. The same goes for the rest of institutional philanthropy - family foundations, donor-advised funds, etc. But something may be happening to community philanthropy in the U.S. and around the world that reflects the “mutuality of philanthropy,” the sense that “community philanthropy is for everyone,” according to Nick Deychakiwsky, senior program officer of the C.S. Mott Foundation.

    http://www.nonprofitquarterly.org/philanthropy/19965-community-philanthropy-its-not-just-for-the-wealthy-anymore.html#.T1-NQVF6OKg.twitter
  • 14 Mar 2012 9:39 AM | Tara McMullen (Administrator)
    There are many reasons the rich give to charity. WSJ Wealth Report editor Robert Frank stops by Mean Street to outline a few of them with host Evan Newmark.

    http://online.wsj.com/video/the-giveandtake-of-donating-to-charity/73112B35-7759-4221-9071-2BA0BB04191F.html?KEYWORDS=philanthropy

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