Reynold Levy made about $7,000 each weekday as president of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
Two weeks ago, Penelope “Penny” W. Stamps helped her alma mater, University of Michigan, with a pledge of $32.5 million to its School of Art and Design, the largest gift the school has ever received.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. partner Dinakar Singh discovered in 2001 that his 19-month-old daughter, Arya, had a crippling genetic disease called spinal muscular atrophy.
Warren Buffett , the billionaire who committed more than 99 percent of his wealth to charity, said he’s giving it away because he benefited from a U.S. economy that produces “wildly capricious” results.
The annual fundraiser for the female hedge-fund executives of High Water Women Foundation features Texas Hold ‘Em .