Suddenly, unthinkably, the World’s Richest University ﬁnds itself forced to reconsider what it can afford to be. (Losing $11 billion will do that.) But if its president has a master plan for leading the school out of its ﬁnancial crisis—other than letting Larry Summers take the blame—she’s keeping it to herself.
The economy’s in the toilet, but at Harvard Business School, the tycoons of tomorrow have different concerns. Like finding the perfect getup for the big cross-dressing bash, and fitting in a little learning amid the nonstop schmoozing and boozing.