Micah Andrews opened his first notice from the Internal Revenue Service a week before Christmas in 2010. He was standing in the kitchen of the house in the Atlanta suburbs that he and his wife had bought to make space for their new baby.
Shortly after she took over as chief executive officer of Harvard Management Co. on July 1, 2008, Jane Mendillo gathered the university endowment’s 200- member staff for a town-hall-style meeting at the Federal Reserve Bank Building in downtown Boston, across the Charles River from Harvard University.
Ana Patricia Botin, daughter of Banco Santander SA’s chairman, will take over the bank’s U.K. unit, strengthening her position to succeed her father just as the U.K. division is planning an initial public offering.
Aaron J. Garcia, a 2009 graduate of Harvard College, passed up offers from consulting and marketing companies paying $20,000 more than he gets teaching chemistry and physics in Brownsville, Texas on the Mexican border.
Stanford University students won five Rhodes Scholarships, the most in the school’s history, while Harvard, Brown and Princeton each were awarded four as the 32 U.S. recipients of one of the world’s most prestigious academic awards were named today.