Ivy League purchase

A 4ha dairy farm south of Auckland has been purchased by Harvard University for US$2.7 million. The Cambridge institution best known for churning out top college graduates bought the farm with 6 cows as a result of a liquidation-sale transaction finalised a few weeks ago. Harvard Management Co., which oversees the Ivy League school’s multibillion-dollar endowment fund, has made previous dairy-farm investments in New Zealand, taking advantage of depressed sales prices brought on by the recent global recession.


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Crawford Falconer to Head Post-Brexit Deals

Crawford Falconer to Head Post-Brexit Deals

Britain’s Department for International Trade (DIT) has hired New Zealand’s former trade head Crawford Falconer as chief trade negotiation adviser to manage the UK’s free trade deals once the country leaves…