June 30, 2009, The Wall Street Journal — The markets finally found a way to stump the Ivy League.
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June 9, 2009, The Wall Street Journal — The global economy may be close to rebounding, but the $11 billion of wealth that dissolved in 2008 will have long-lasting effects on all types of charitable organizations, speakers at the Boston College Center on Wealth and Philanthropy Conference said Tuesday.
June 6, 2009, New Haven, Conn., The Wall Street Journal — Richard Levin, the longest serving president in the Ivy League, had enjoyed a charmed run at Yale. In his first 15 years Yale's endowment notched up the best returns of any university's, and its innovative investment strategy became a model for many others. Mr. Levin rode the bull market to restore morale, launch a building spree, and strengthen the school in sciences and internationally. Yale dollars even spruced up shabby New Haven.
HOUSTON, May 28, 2009, The Wall Street Journal — President Barack Obama wants to make a million houses a year more energy efficient as part of his goal to create thousands of "green" jobs and reduce U.S. carbon emissions.