Bonuses of $30m look bad when Harvard library faces cuts
Sat May 1, 2004
Jack Meyer, the president of the Harvard Management Company,
has raised the prospect of the university endowment moving to
external management after student protests over the bumper $30
million bonuses paid to two managers last year and the
departure of two managers to start their own funds.
The scale of the...
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