Harvard’s endowment nearly returns to its peak value—and welcomes new investment leadership.
Stephen Blyth succeeds Jane L. Mendillo at Harvard Management Company.
After a 15.4 percent investment return, the losses sustained in the 2008 financial crisis are nearly recouped.
How have Harvard’s investments fared?
Harvard Management Company’s president steps down, as the endowment faces new challenges.
Joins Cambridge start-up
Research and student financial aid are priorities amid centennial celebrations.
Investment gains and asset growth after a down year
Harvard Management Company earns 11.3 percent investment return, reversing prior-year result
Harvard’s fundraising leaders
Robust results yield strong year for portfolio managers; other salaries disclosed
Harvard reports a break-even 2012 in its annual financial report—and paints a stark picture of new fiscal realities.
Modestly stronger investment results at peer institutions
Harvard Management Company reports on a challenging year.
Early reports may preview more subdued Harvard investment returns