A reader points out one advantage to former Southern Poverty Law Center main man Morris Dees of being in the not-for-profit racket:
One of the marvelous advantages of controlling a successful non-profit is that he doesn’t legally own it and his exes can’t consider it an asset and there’s no equity that could be sold. It paid him lots of money but he has no equity in it. Otherwise he would have been ruined by four divorces.
Jeff Bezos might want to take note.