@nytimes
The New York Times
10 days ago
Bill and Melinda Gates may be splitting up, but the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation isn’t going anywhere. Its $50 billion endowment cannot be removed or divided up as a marital asset, a philanthropy scholar said. https://t.co/0ylTv7qai5
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@TabsSingh
Tabs Singh
10 days ago
@nytimes Quality individuals even divorce with class. #BillGates #MelindaGates
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@tropicalspleen
Tropical
10 days ago
@nytimes just TAX THEM ALREADY
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@platoscave12
platoscave
10 days ago
@nytimes *Starts leaving out 3 1/2 inch floppy disks as breadcrumbs to lure in unsuspecting divorced billionaires*
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@clfunez
👩🏻‍🔬🆑
10 days ago
@nytimes That’s great news! I hope they find their happiness each through their own paths but I’m very glad to see the foundation will remain intact
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@ConceptsBBK
Duncan Sinclair
10 days ago
@nytimes Its not about money, they both well looked after & nor ever about foundation but what its doing in certain area's thats the reason for departure & very handy for asset diversification.
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@CanadianRy
Ryan 🇨🇦
10 days ago
@nytimes This is why Windows Timeline is dying right @Windows ? So Bill doesn't have to sync all his old photos of Melinda to a new Surface Pro 7?
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@ImpactQuotient
Impact Quotient
10 days ago
@nytimes A “Philanthropy Scholar”? Lol. It’s just basic IRS code... please tell me someone isn’t actually referring to themselves as a philanthropy scholar :)
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@Natalie55895689
Natalie P.
10 days ago
@nytimes I bet Melinda wishes it could be split up tho
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