Jane Mendillo

As 2014 recedes, here is roundup of the high- and lowlights of 2014 from the world of finance, money management and beyond.
Leon Cooperman, Larry Robbins and Greg Williamson were among a group of top investors who shared their insights with us for an upcoming video series.
Leading investors disagree with Fed Chair Janet Yellen’s claim that the U.S. economy isn’t strong enough to stand on its own.
The Federal Reserve chair’s Senate testimony today is a harbinger for continued easy money and a lively debate at this year’s Delivering Alpha conference.
Li Ka-shing boosts his overseas holdings, Björk fights for Iceland’s environment, Pope Francis slams commodities speculation and more.
Mendillo’s recent announcement that she’ll be leaving Harvard raises questions about the ability of the university to retain top investment talent.
Experts debate the importance of asset size to endowment investing but agree on the need to hire great managers.
Harvard University paid $3.5 million in compensation to Jane Mendillo, president and CEO of its endowment, Harvard Management.