Abby Schultz, Barron's

Abby Schultz

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Hong Kong

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Recent articles by Abby:

Banksy’s ‘Love is in the Bin’ Sells for US$25 million at Sotheby’s London

The painting had been shredded by remote control shortly after it was sold in October 2018 for £1.1 million (US$1.4 million) → Read More

20 Minutes With: Artsy CMO Everette Taylor

The former serial marketing entrepreneur has a dream to create a museum in his hometown of Richmond, Va., with his growing collection → Read More

Covid-19 Is Thwarting Progress on Poverty and Inequality

The Gates Foundation’s annual report on the UN Sustainable Development Goals Urges global collaboration to end the pandemic → Read More

Restarting the Art Market

Stagnation in art sales amid rising wealth is prompting a push for greater transparency and a focus on drawing in new collectors → Read More

New York City Funders Collaborate to Support Nonprofits

The $75M NYC COVID-19 Response & Impact Fund will provide grants and non-interest loans to small and medium-sized groups → Read More

U.N. Prods Companies to Step Up Sustainable Practices

At Davos, U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres called on companies across the globe to accelerate—or even just start—addressing the four-year-old U.N. Sustainable Development Goals within their core business practices. → Read More

Rockefeller Foundation and Mastercard Are Leveraging Advanced Data for Social Impact

Through data.org, the funders are issuing a $10 million challenge to find “scalable and sustainable data science solutions” → Read More

Treasury Secretary Mnuchin Says the Economy Is ‘Outperforming’ the Rest of the World. Not For Long, Expert Says.

During a session on whether America’s economic resilience could be sustained, Mnuchin argued “there’s no question the U.S. economy is outperforming the rest of the world,” arguing that the growth has been “significant” under President Donald Trump’s watch. → Read More

Open Philanthropy Project’s Cari Tuna on Funding Global Health

How the organization supports health research around the world → Read More

Financing Global Health

Impact investing has started to fund the development of drugs to treat neglected diseases, but a vast gap remains → Read More

How Philanthropists Can Reduce Poverty in New York City

A policy brief from J.P. Morgan Private Bank guides those who want to help → Read More

A Noble Collaboration: Capital Flows to Social-Service Groups

Jasmilly Casul and her children at Montefiore’s center in the Bronx. Photograph by Devin Yalkin Jasmilly Casul was 20 years old, with a 3-month-old daughter, when she got into a fight with her mother and left home, entering a shelter in the Bronx, N.Y. Casul was suffering from postpartum depression, and now she was in an unstable living situation. Still, like most young moms, Casul, now 25,… → Read More

Museums Get Creative to Acquire Art

Lacking in funds, institutions are having to think outside the box → Read More

What to Know When Gifting the Family Vacation Home

A rise through 2025 in the U.S. federal estate and gift tax exemption creates a window for transferring property → Read More

Mark Dalio and OceanX Combine Science and Storytelling

The explorer looks to reveal the sea’s stories and encourage others to get involved → Read More

How Climate Change is Affecting Fine Wine

Former White House Science and Technology Official Encourages Winemakers to Advocate for Reductions in Carbon Emissions → Read More

How to Unleash $45 Billion for Charity

A Bridgespan report details how to double giving by the ultra-rich from 2017 levels → Read More

Investing Insights: City National’s Matt Peron

The CIO of the private bank recommends its wealthy clients invest for the long-term, building portfolios that withstand market swings → Read More

How to Teach Children About Wealth

J.P. Morgan Private Bank creates a framework for parents and grandparents, with tips on how to broach the topic from ages three to 22 → Read More

Artists, Collectors to Auction Works for Land Conservation

Christie’s New York sale of post-war and contemporary art will begin with 20 pieces to benefit Global Wildlife Conservation’s efforts → Read More