BOSTON (Reuters) - President Bush's former oil firm formed a partnership with Harvard University that concealed the company's financial woes and may
have misled investors, a student and alumni group said in a report on Wednesday.
The partnership between Harken Energy Corp. and Harvard, created with Bush's approval, bore strong resemblance to the partnerships that helped
disguise Enron's problems, the report's authors said.
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