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John Paulson Fast Facts
2009-2011 - Paulson's charitable donations include $15 million to the Center for Responsible Lending, $20 Million to New York University's Stern School of Business and $15 million to build a maternity hospital in Guayaquil, Ecuador, his father's homeland.
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When George Lundberg set out for his first Project Timothy mission trip, he expected to help people.
Iconic New Yorker Hotel Joins Wyndham Brand
With 1,083 guest rooms, the Wyndham New Yorker Hotel becomes the largest property in the brand's portfolio of 170 hotels worldwide.
Prison workers fired over massages
Two female prison workers have been fired for compelling inmates at the facility to give them massages, officials in Ecuador said on Friday.
Buenos Aires Herald
After defeat, Correa asks Cabinet to resign
The consequences of the electoral defeat suffered last Sunday by Ecuador's ruling-party started to be felt yesterday after President Rafael Correa asked his Cabinet to resign.
Global Voices Online
Mayoral Elections in Ecuador: Setback for the Government?
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Silicon Alley Insider
Doctors Have Performed More Than 7,000 Surgeries Inside This Delivery Truck
When Edgar Rodas, the former Ecuadorian minister of health, was a young surgeon, he traveled by horseback all night to reach a very ill woman in a far-off village.
The Baltimore Sun
Correa government loses Ecuador capital in local election
Ecuador's opposition won control of the capital Quito and one other major city in the oil-producing Andean nation in elections on Sunday, preliminary results showed, in a blow to the socialist government of President Rafael Correa.
Wall Street Journal
Ecuador Opposition Gains in Vote, Polls Show
QUITO, Ecuador-This country's two most populous cities, Quito and Guayaquil, were set to elect opposition mayors on Sunday in votes that President Rafael Correa called a setback for his Alianza Pais party.
The Daily Star
Presidential helicopter crashes in Ecuador, three dead
QUITO: A military helicopter assigned to the presidency crashed in southern Ecuador, killing three people, President Rafael Correa has announced.