Tweets of the Week – December 10, 2010

Here are some of my favorite posts of the week in the areas of nonprofit organizations, corporate governance, philanthropy, and social enterprises: 

  • nedgington: New blog post: What will 2011 bring for #nonprofits:
  • nonprofitatty: @diaviv Independent Sector call to action: estate tax provisions in current tax deal will reduce charitable donations
  • JRandomF: Beneblog post: Breakthrough Philanthropy – Thiel Foundation event: I've been asked by a lot of people both insid…
  • GTak: Nonprofit board members – exercise proper oversight; don't get yourselves in this type of situation – – SFUSD
  • npquarterly: How to steal from a #nonprofit: Who does it and how to prevent it
  • COF_: Flurry of 'Clawback' Suits Filed by Trustee in Madoff Case
  • nonprofitlawyer: Nonprofit advertising: What message are we sending? – Part 2
  • CAUSECAST: Dirty. Susan G. Komen Foundation Elbows Out Charities Over Use Of The Word 'Cure':
  • TrustEnabler: Interesting survey on boards and governance practices – Marks on Governance: #CorpGov
  • lawforchange: NY Times article exposes misleading cause-related marketing campaigns
  • NPForum: Great Stats; Meaningless Information: The Problem with CSR Reports: If our Corporate Social Responsibility actio…
  • kanter: RT @dbenhorin Don't mess with @kanter! Apple's dismal CSR performance gets deserved scrutiny by #NYT
  • trevor_neilson: Congratulations to Mark Zuckerberg and the 17 new members of the Giving Pledge

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