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Alexander Becker worked for The Washington Post's mobile apps team. He left The Post in August 2015.
Starting two weeks after his last day as president, Bill began giving paid speeches — a career that has generated extraordinary wealth.
OUTSIDE IN | As the storied think tank increasingly emphasizes fundraising, donors — corporations, wealthy individuals and foreign entities — gain a voice in setting the agenda.
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The race was canceled in 2013 when Shannon Christy, 23, was killed during a practice run on the Potomac River
Financial institutions, foreign countries pay hundreds of thousands in speaking fees to hear them.
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