Cornell Posts 11.4% Return on Investments in Year Ended in June

Cornell University posted an investment return of 11.4 percent in the year that ended in June, up from a gain of 0.14 percent a year earlier.

The value of the Ithaca, New York-based school’s long-term investments increased to $5.7 billion from $5.2 billion a year earlier, Chief Investment Officer A.J. Edwards said in a statement on Cornell’s website.

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