Harvard

Harvard Taps Former CCP Official to Conduct Polling in China

China exploits Harvard poll to defend coronavirus response

A Harvard poll found that the Chinese government enjoys near-universal support from citizens—findings that Beijing has quickly exploited. The American university forgot to mention that its poll was conducted by a company headed by a former Chinese government official.

Warren Pushes to Tax, Regulate Investments That Enriched Her

Senator's private equity plan would hurt retirees, universities

Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren's plan to crack down on the private equity industry would place stringent regulations on a source of funds that helped enrich her as a law professor at Harvard. The plan, which would heavily tax and regular private equity firms to stop what Warren has called Wall Street's "legalized looting," could also end up hurting her former Harvard colleagues and Massachusetts retirees.