Harvard University has about $10 billion more in its endowment than any other college in the country, according to data reported by schools to U.S. News & World Report. In 2010, the prestigious university reported that its endowment in fiscal year 2009 was $26,035,389,000. The next-highest endowed school in the country, Yale University, reported its 2009 amount to be $16,103,497,000…

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