Think the media's nose for scandal is only sensitive to corporate wrongdoing? Think again. The Red Cross took a hit in the wake of Sept. 11, and now the Washington, DC-area United Way is taking a battering, as well. Norman Taylor, the chief executive of the organization, is now being accused by another high-ranking exec of knowing about improper uses of expense accounts, inflated donation numbers and other abuses of the finances, although Taylor denies knowledge of wrongdoing.
Nonprofits Not Immune
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