Stanford Students Challenge Endowment Officers

October 2004
Investment Management Weekly;10/18/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 41, p1
Reports that the Stanford Coalition for Investment Disclosure, a student organization at Stanford University, California, has requested that the Stanford Management Co. begin a dialogue about the ethical issues that are considered when investing the university's endowment. Worth of the university's endowment as of October 18, 2004; Total number of university endowments that exceeded $550 million; Concerns of the group regarding the university's endowment.


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