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Salesforce is paying $300 million to acquire its own charitable foundation, and it could add as much as $200 million to its annual revenue
Salesforce raised its revenue forecast and lowered its earnings guidance in light of its $300 million planned merger with Salesforce.org.
Bill Gates is $9.5 billion richer than he was a year ago, worth over $100 billion, but not just from Microsoft
Bill Gates is giving his money to charity, but his wealth keeps growing. He's now reportedly one of two people worth more than $100 billion.
A Hawaiian war god statue that Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff bought for $7 million and donated to a museum could be a Tiki bar tchotchke worth just $5,0...
Some experts told the New York Times that the statue of Hawaiian war god Ku may have been carved more recently than previously believed.
Jeff Bezos shot straight to the top of a ranking of America’s biggest donors — here’s how much tech moguls gave away to good causes ...
Jeff Bezos, the world's richest man, gave $2 billion to good causes on 2018, according to The Chronicle of Philanthropy.
There's only one billionaire who currently donates more than half of his wealth: businessman Warren Buffett, the third richest man in the world.
Amazon’s HQ2 could drive up homelessness in New York and Washington, DC. Most of Jeff Bezos’ $1 billion in donations to homeless groups ar...
Jeff Bezos announced the recipients of nearly $1 billion in grants for homeless families, which he will distribute from his Day One Fund.
Resource Generation is a group of wealthy American millennials who put their money toward social justice causes. The group was founded 20 years ago and isn't a foundation — they focus on education and skill-building to promote social change.
In his new book, Winners Take All, Anand Giridharadas argues that Trump exposed the hypocrisy of wealthy philanthropists, then used it to beat them at their own game.
Jeff Bezos was named the richest man in modern history in July, but he hadn't engaged in much philanthropy until this week. On Thursday, he announced the launch of a $2 billion fund to support homeless families and education programs in underserved communities.
Mark Zuckerberg says most people in Silicon Valley have one of two reactions to his $3 billion pledge to end disease
In 2016, Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan pledged to donate $3 billion to "cure all disease." In a recent interview with The New Yorker, Zuckerberg said the reception he's received is one of two things, and neither is positive. But that hasn't deterred him.