Further analysis of the Gates Foundation annual report

Clay Holtzman of the Puget Sound Business Journal offers further thoughts on the Gates Foundation’s annual report, beginning with the statement that it “is a strikingly thin 16 pages, four of which have no important content on them at all.”

On Tuesday, I wrote a brief post about the report and how the media (myself included) attempted to make it interesting.

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