After years of subpar results at Harvard Management Co., three high-level managers have exited the $32.7 billion endowment and the university is searching for new leadership.
Almost four decades after his album “Silk Degrees” occupied the charts for 115 weeks, Boz Scaggs is on the road again, supporting his first solo album in five years.
Jane Mendillo, who helped Harvard University recover from the worst recession since World War II, is resigning at the end of this year as head of the world’s largest school endowment.
From Pennsylvania to Oregon, the number of top public universities bidding to shake off government control keeps growing.
In two of the most competitive states in the U.S. presidential race -- Iowa and Nevada -- Democrats are building a significant advantage in early voting.
As Republican nominee Mitt Romney works to regain momentum in the final weeks before the Nov. 6 presidential election, time is pressing. Election Day essentially starts this week in Iowa.
Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg is pledging $120 million to improve education in underserved communities in the San Francisco area over the next five years.
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