Tweets of the Week – January 14, 2011

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

  • COF_: Managing a #nonprofit boom
  • Philanthropy: Opinion: Why Charities Should Reject Senator's Offer to Lift Ban on "Electioneering"
  • nonprofitlawyer: Does Unrelated Business Activity Detract from the Charitable Goal? (via Nonprofit Law Prof Blog)
  • nonprofitlawyer: Tax-Exempt Ministries Avoid New Regulation (@nytimes) and Jack Siegel's commentary
  • p2173: GREAT resources for thinking about Citizens United and #future of NPOs.
  • charitylawyer: … Nonprofit Faced with Dissolution? Think Collaboration Instead:
  • GTak: 2011: The Year to Shape Up Nonprofit Boards (Forbes) & 10 resolutions (Nonprofit Law Blog)
  • GTak: CA Prop 26 eliminates reasonable expectation for future conformity tax legislation w/ federal tax laws via E Dryburgh
  • SOCAPmarkets: '97 Harvard Business Review: What Foundations Can Learn from Venture Capitalists – #impactinvesting -> still relevant?
  • philaction: My latest at Forbes: The dismal present and potential bright future for cause marketing
  • tactphil: The Defamation of Muhammad Yunus
  • socentlaw: What's the Difference between the MD and CO Benefit Corporation legislation?

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