Saving Their Assets: How to Stop Plunder at Blue Cross and Other Nonprofits

Huge nonprofit corporations are now being converted to for-profit companies, to the immense benefit of corporate insiders. But they can't take charitable assets with them. A victory in California shows what the public should insist upon.

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