In a commemoration of fake news, the Boston-based school changes its name to promote a Will Ferrell comedy and draw attention to its programs.
Walmart has been subject to some very bad press in the build-up to the shopping season this year, with part of that coming from protesting employees and the National Labor Relations Board. Since most of their shoppers are people on budgets, and this season may be a difficult one for them, is this an indicator or a symbol?
I believe that all boards should read the article and discuss what they have in place for their leader’s eventual exit.
The Nonprofit Quarterly has written a lot about the problems caused for many nonprofits by owning their buildings. Even in today’s newswires, there is a story about serious building problems among a few Pennsylvania groups. But in New York City, a few very well heeled nonprofits are leaping on an opportunity in the real estate market to divest themselves of ownership in favor of long-term leases.
Curators at the University of Missouri will decide whether to approve the proposed merger between St. Louis Public Radio and the nonprofit news site, the St. Louis Beacon. If it goes forward, the race begins to see whether the combined organization can raise the revenue required to exist before their capital on hand runs out.