Robust results yield strong year for portfolio managers; other salaries disclosed
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Harvard reports a break-even 2012 in its annual financial report—and paints a stark picture of new fiscal realities.
In a year of flat investment returns, the endowment declines as distributions support Harvard University operations
Modestly stronger investment results at peer institutions
Harvard Management Company reports on a challenging year.
Early reports may preview more subdued Harvard investment returns
Shading the Yard, new digital Niemans, Brazil’s Harvard commitment, and more
The University, still adjusting to the financial crisis, incurs a $130-million deficit and pursues both savings and new revenues.
The University’s senior governing board, expanded, creates its committees.
Expenses outpace revenue growth as the University continues to adapt financially.
Schools continue to report favorable results—but those with capital campaigns can grow faster.
Endowments at Yale, MIT, Duke, and Cornell rebound in the latest fiscal year.
A “strong” investment performance in a year of robust markets—but with warnings about current conditions
The annual disclosure of compensation at Harvard Management Company