Third-quarter grants were awarded through the foundation's International, National, and Transnational Movements Initiatives programs and Special Opportunities Fund....
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APRIL 04, 2014
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JOHN LIFTIN, GENERAL COUNSEL; D. E. SHAW & CO., L.P.
1166 AVENUE OF THE AMERICAS,
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FOREIGN LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2014 - D. E. SHAW SPECIAL OPPORTUNITIES INTERNATIONAL FUND GP, L.L.C.
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