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It could be possible, but it will cost $20,000 or more. Philanthropic group Charitybuzz, best known for online celebrity auctions, on Tuesday is launching an effort it calls "Do Good Dream Big," which it describes as a sort of "celebrity concierge"
Story continues below We think Clinton has done an outstanding job outside of his presidency, said McLeod, 52, executive director of Grant Me the Wisdom Foundation, which aids girls and women in the developing world...Other celebrity-auction
Work experience is vital for first-time job seekers looking to impress potential employers but does the trend to sell high-profile internships mean only the privileged get the top jobs? In their light, open-plan office on New York's Fifth Avenue, the