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Issue #262
Pre-Spring 2016


Cover Profile

Andrea Jung

By Nancy A. Ruhling

Andrea Jung wants to be the go-to banker for women in need in America.


Jon Huntsman Sr.: Bragging Rights

By Ramona Lightfoot

From rural Idaho to the head of his own conglomerate, Jon Huntsman Sr. is fighting the very disease that once fought him.

Lily Safra Q&A

By Sarah Manning

From supporting the arts to encouraging breakthroughs in brain research worldwide,
the generosity of the woman who heads the Edmond J. Safra Foundation knows no bounds.

Robert and Richard Menschel: The Brothers Menschel

By Ivan Zenchenko

How brothers, best friends, and bankers turned into two of America’s leading philanthropists.

Irwin and Joan Jacobs: Music To Their Ears

By Sarah Manning

From the Great Depression to Qualcomm, Joan and Irwin Jacobs
built San Diego’s arts scene, one violin at a time.

Haas Family: To Whom Much Is Given…

By Sam Robinson

The fêted Haas family looks toward its fourth generation and expects greatness.

Jordan Arnold Q&A: An expert weighs in.

By George Chang

Jordan Arnold, K2 Intelligence Managing Director and head of Private Client Services.


  • Gates announces green coalition
  • West and Kardashian have sole
  • Golisano gives $3 million to celebrate abilities
  • Little bit of $10 million
  • #GivingTuesday
  • Veterans’ children receive $16.5 million
  • $10 million to Monterey Bay
  • San Antonio receives over $600 million from estate
  • Max's Letter
  • Rock saves puppy
  • Swift serenades Seattle Symphony


  • Ripple of Hope Award
  • Art Basel Miami
  • Wall Street Dinner
  • Autism Speaks
  • FIDF Western Region Gala
  • Beit Hatfutsot 37th Anniversary
  • 100 Women in Hedge Funds Gala

The Index

The Foundation 40

Five Questions: Rieki Crins

First Person: William B. Richards

He’s in the fight of his life.