It’s ironic that at at the very time when the wealthy and the successful are being derided as not paying their “fair share,” we have this:
Billionaire, a new website and biannual magazine for the super-rich (as opposed to Good, the erstwhile magazine that aimed at young, earnest do-gooders), puts a heavy emphasis on philanthropy. One-third of the content (ranging from taxidermy appreciation to “the pitfalls of inherited wealth”) is about worthy causes, while the company pledged $1 million to charity.
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