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1 Sep 2016 | Diane Sim

Quarter three results boost the Charity 100 Index and highlight the affordability issues facing independent schools, finds Diane Sim. 

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Charity shops have had a tougher year than any in the previous decade. David Ainsworth tracks the key trends.

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Will a new vehicle help drive returns for charity investors in pooled funds? Ian Allsop investigates the Charity Authorised Investment Fund.

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Alice Sharman reports on the University of York Students' Union's new auditor and rounds-up the rest of the month's new business wins.

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Kirsty Weakley reports on how Signposts has started using a smartphone app to protect its mobile workers, as well as the rest of this month's technology business wins.

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Results from just two charities are holding back the Charity 100 Index and should not detract from the strong performance of the majority, finds Diane Sim.

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Alice Sharman reports on the latest audit new business wins.

David Mobbs, chief executive of Nuffield Health, who is the highest earner

Britain’s top-100 charity chief executives are earning more than ever before. Are they worth it, or – as tabloids would have us believe – are charities wasting public money? Emily Corfe investigates.   

Women on boards

There is a continuing improvement in the gender balance on the boards of large charities, but the chair is still a male-dominated role, reveals Emily Corfe.

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