Harvard and other private universities are in Republicans’ sights.
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A large surplus last year—but cautions about the future
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Growth in Harvard healthcare costs moderates.
CEO N.V. Narvekar assesses Harvard Management Company’s most recent fiscal-year performance, and the road ahead.
More evidence that fiscal 2017 returns were “disappointing”
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The dean’s annual report provides financial details on House renewal, the faculty census, and a new inequality initiative.
A “disappointing” 8.1 percent investment return, while the long-term transformation of the management company proceeds
An expected transition, as the University’s twenty-eighth president plans to conclude her service.