Scandal Fallout

After a year of scandals, the not-for-profit community might find inspiration in Shakespeare's aphorism: Sweet are the uses of adversity. Charities and private foundations recently vowed to turn public scandals and congressional inquiries into opportunities for self-improvement. They can't afford to fail. The public, appalled by seemingly endless revelations of greed and wrongdoing at corporate behemoths

After a year of scandals, the not-for-profit community might find inspiration in Shakespeare's aphorism: “Sweet are the uses of adversity.” Charities and private foundations recently vowed to turn public scandals and congressional inquiries into opportunities for self-improvement. They can't afford to fail. The public, appalled by seemingly endless revelations of greed and wrongdoing at corporate behemoths like Enron and WorldCom, have no patience for more abuses — especially those that invol

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