Interesting column this week on charity and paying a living wage by business columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin of the New York Times and CNBC business news....

It begins.....

Real charity doesn’t come with a tax deduction.

That’s what I told a gathering of generous Wall Street and business luminaries this month about the increasing paradox of even some of the most well-intentioned philanthropy.

All too often, charitable gifts are used not only to help those who can’t help themselves but to make up for the failure of companies to pay people a living wage and treat their workers with dignity.




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