Charity on Trial: What You Need to Know Before You Contribute
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Charity on Trial: What You Need to Know Before You Contribute

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While the nation's love affair with charities is strong and continuing, the increase in indicting news stories over the past several years (including this year's Senate Finance Committee's hearings on the subject) has heightened the public's interest, as well as its cynicism. In the midst of such scrutiny, Charity on Trial seeks to demystify what donors and others should e...more
Hardcover, 304 pages
Published October 25th 2006 by Barricade Books (first published 2006)
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doug white could cut this book in half and then learn to say more, but what he does say is useful--just shrouded in a lot of unnecessary verbiage. he's a good writer, although he suffers from a need to make his writing suspenseful when the actual story line is suspenseful enough. at times, though, i wanted a little less of an attitude.
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Doug White is a Partner in Whitestone Partners, Inc. Doug has twenty-five years of experience helping companies improve their bottom line. His career is characterized by its diversity and breadth. He began his professional life with McKinsey & Company, one of the world’s preeminent strategy consulting firms. He has held C-Level jobs since 1991 (Chief Operating Officer and Chief Executive Offic...more
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