Tag: philanthropy

Californian man, 79, sentenced to 4 years for charging small businesses and charities hugely inflated prices for printer toner

It was the worst kind of paper jam. A 79-year-old toner salesman was sentenced to four years in prison for running a decades-long, multi-million dollar...

Vatican Tries Cardinal in Test of Pope’s Transparency Drive

VATICAN CITY—Cardinal Giovanni Becciu, once one of the most powerful men in the Vatican, went on trial Tuesday for embezzlement and other alleged crimes, as...

China Imprisons Uyghur Businessmen Once Seen as Bridges to Community

In the summer of 2018, Sadir Eli, a Uyghur businessman, was in high spirits. His real-estate firm was pulling in strong profits, and he told...

Gates Foundation sets 2-year, post-divorce power share trial

NEW YORK — Bill Gates and Melinda French Gates will continue to work together as co-chairs of their foundation even after their planned divorce. However,...

3 Ways to Use Authenticity to Build Customer Loyalty

July 3, 2021 4 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. In recent years, the word authenticity has become the smart marketer’s...

Re-engineered registration process for not-for-profit organizations

In India, an NPO can be constituted in the form of a trust, society, or a company. All three forms are widely prevalent in the...

How creative approaches can help business philanthropy achieve sustainable social change

It’s good to talk about philanthropy, more so because for many years, it existed off the beaten track as something the media rarely reported on,...

Philanthropy is a ‘PR scam,’ says CEO who raised his workers’ minimum pay to $70,000

He’s not buying what America’s billionaires are selling. The CEO known for increasing his employees’ base pay to $70,000 says wealthy people donating their money...

CSR should not be legally mandated, philanthropy must come from within, says Azim Premji

NEW DELHI: IT czar and philanthropist Azim Premji on Saturday said companies should not be legally mandated to engage in corporate social responsibility (CSR) as...

My 84-year-old mother forgot to pay her taxes and has some questionable credit-card charges; should I be worried?

Dear Ms. MoneyPeace, My sister has expressed concerns about our 84-year-old mother’s memory and her ability to make reasonable financial decisions. I think my mother...

Cards Against Humanity skipped its annual Black Friday critique of capitalism and found something new

People have spending money on Lysol and Clorox during a year in which coronavirus has upended people’s lives. Cards Against Humanity eschewed its annual Black...

6 tax moves to consider before the end of the year to lower your 2020 tax bill

With year-end rapidly approaching and the general election finally over, it’s time to consider moves that will lower your 2020 tax bill and hopefully position...

9 Social Impact Models That Entrepreneurs Can Learn From

September 19, 2020 8 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. As a company leader, I try to positively impact my community...

5 companies that give back when you buy a face mask

Here’s a list of companies that are giving back for every face mask they sell. Image: Getty Images All products featured here are independently selected...