Harvard Has Cash on Hand
October 20, 2010
Despite its wealth Harvard University found itself seriously cash-strapped in the last two years, with relatively small sums of liquid assets. But the university has now grown its cash and liquid assets to $1 billion, The Boston Globe reported.
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