I fully expected to be immersed in the intricacies of money-making when I attended the Berkshire Hathaway shareholder meeting last month in Omaha, Neb. Actually, calling an event that attracts close to 40,000 raving fans a “meeting” is ridiculous. As a friend of mine says, it’s...
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Sharing tzedakah with the next generation
Palestinian Authority must face U.S. trial over terror support
The Status Quo Myth
Death in a synagogue
Why Judaism needs journalism
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Let’s hear it for lemonade stands!
Forty-two percent of entrepreneurs surveyed in a study said their first business venture was during their childhood.
The current three richest people in America are all entrepreneurs
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Last week, 40 of the world’s richest families and individuals signed the Giving Pledge, each promising to give away at least half of their fortune to philanthropy before they die. A large number of the signatories are Jewish. This column is for them.
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As web surfers from around the globe continue their perennial quest for the secret, hidden Jews who control all sorts things here on Olam HaZeh, some, inevitably, find their way to JewishJournal.com.
Here’s a list of recent searches. Click on the name of the suspected Jew to see the article they found:
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