Tweets of the Week – October 15, 2010

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

  • Philanthropy: [TODAY] is the day for small charities to hit deadline for keeping their tax-exempt status
  • GTak: National Charity Regulators Meeting – one problem: 80-90% of nonprofits never speak to a lawyer on a regular basis
  • GTak: Attorney General in PA investigating $8B charitable Hershey Trust (prudent investment or bailout to aid insider?)
  • nonprofitlawyer: For visual learners (like me!): NYT's short video & chart on #CitizensUnited and tracking campaign money
  • nonprofitlawyer: The IRS has indicated it will include an excessive compensation analysis in every future financial audit
  • philaction: Embedded Giving: Bad for You, Bad for Change by Lucy Bernholz
  • lauratomasko: NYT on #socap10: ‘Impact Investing’ Teeters on Edge of Explosive Growth. via @Kevindoylejones
  • nonprofitlawyer: #LiuXiaobo awarded #Nobel Peace Prize: @hrw (Minky Worden) on @democracynow and @nytimes article
  • GTak: Transparency for Impact, Not Just Compliance – (via @SSIReview) #nonprofit #corpgov
  • fayfeeney: Rand study: 20 Questions that Boards should ask about Compliance & Ethics. Q: #1 What is the budget? Page 57 #corpgov
  • bbaue: CSR Reporting Lowers Cost of Equity on Harvard Law
  • board_member: This Week in the Boardroom: Annual Boardroom Summit Edition filmed on location in New York

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