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Harvard professor, employee liable in fraud case

But $102m claim against university fails

By Marcella Bombardieri
Globe Staff / June 29, 2004

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A federal judge yesterday found that a star Harvard professor and another Harvard employee conspired to defraud the US government when they made personal investments in Russia while working on a federal contract to help that nation's transition to capitalism. (Full Article: 840 Words)

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