Cyrus M. Mossavar-rahmani

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Corp. Advisers Pan Discrimination

Harvard’s Corporation Committee on Shareholder Responsibility (CCSR), which submits proxy votes on companies in which the University holds shares, came

Harvard Reports Smaller Surplus

Harvard’s color may be crimson, but the University stayed out of the red this year. Amidst rising expenses and concerns

Cambridge Aims For Ivy Treasures

CORRECTION APPENDED The University of Cambridge has hired a professional manager to steer its $2.33 billion in assets, making it

Following in the Footsteps of Her Predecessor, Acting Finance VP is Promoted

Elizabeth Mora, who has served as Harvard’s acting vice president for finance since April, has been appointed permanently to the

North Korean Speaker Barred

A speech by a North Korean diplomat at the Kennedy School of Government that had been tentatively planned for tomorrow

Harvard Chops Stake in Forest

As Harvard expands its presence to the other side of the Charles River, it’s scaling back its investment on the

Tuition Increase Outpaces Inflation

Tuition hikes at American four-year public and private colleges have slowed to a six-year low but continue to outpace inflation

Endowment Reaches All-Time High

Harvard’s endowment grew $3.3 billion during the fiscal year ending June 30, reaching an all-time high of $29.2 billion, according

University Endowment Reaches Record Highs, But Growth Rate Slows

Harvard’s endowment grew $3.3 billion during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2006,  reaching an all-time high of $29.2 billion, according