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Giving to charity can benefit you, too

| Dec 28, 2007
There are around 350,000 charitable organizations to donate to in this country. How do you decide where your money should go? Mary Stucky reports there are ways to give that benefit both you and the charity.
Posted In: Charity

Getting Personal

Chris Farrell and Tess Vigeland | Dec 28, 2007
Economics editor Chris Farrell answers your money questions with Tess Vigeland in this holiday version of Getting Personal.

Sometimes charity is better a mystery

| Dec 28, 2007
She donates about a quarter of her income a year, but never reveals her identity to her recipients. Amy Radil brings us the story of a mystery donor, why she gives close to home and what she's learned about the art of charity.
Posted In: Charity

Small loans make big difference

Tess Vigeland | Dec 28, 2007
Looking for a new way to be charitable? How about lending to a business on the other side of the world? New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof did, and traveled to meet his beneficiaries. He talks to Tess Vigeland.

A hedge fund for the children

Stephen Beard | Dec 28, 2007
Hedge funds have drawn fire for their methods in buying companies and selling off the pieces. But one London-based fund has largely escaped criticism, depite its fearsome reputation. Stephen Beard reports.
Posted In: Charity, Investing

A Formula for Financial Ruin

Chris Farrell | Dec 28, 2007
The National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) has a tongue-in-cheek list of resolutions for the New Year. These are resolutions you can...

For-profit helps keep charity running

| Dec 28, 2007
The business model for TOM's Shoes gives an impoverished child a pair of shoes for each customer that buys a pair. Brett Brune reports the for-profit nature of the company helps it stay in motion.

Dungeons & Dragons goes digital

| Dec 28, 2007
The role-playing board game for self-professed geeks is getting a facelift. David Chong takes a look at how it's being reinvented and going electronic.
Posted In: Entertainment

Week on Wall Street

| Dec 28, 2007
Stockbroker and business analyst David Johnson chats with host Amy Scott about what happened on Wall Street in 2007 and what may lie ahead.
Posted In: Wall Street

Irish locals tell developers to go away

Stephen Beard | Dec 28, 2007
Big real estate developers and the newly rich are eying some of Ireland's most beautiful rural towns. But local authorities would like them to take their mansion-building money elsewhere. Stephen Beard reports.
Posted In: Housing

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