With Tartaglia's Departure, Harvard Management Co. Shifts Investment Strategy

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As part of a plan to reorient its investment management strategy, Harvard Management Co. has decided to drop its quantitative index trading group, which was headed up by the firm's former vice president and equity portfolio manager Nunzio Tartaglia. Harvard decided to disband the group following Tartaglia's departure. According to Tartaglia--who left Harvard Management in mid-January to take a post with Lehman Brothers Inc.--the firm has shifted its equity portfolio-management strategy away

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