A pair of money managers working for Harvard University’s endowment fund collectively netted more than $50 million in fees in fiscal 2004 for delivering top-tier performance in their respective investment fields, Reuters reports.

David Mittleman, a domestic bond strategy manager, and Maurice Samuels, who supervises a foreign bond portfolio, respectively raked in $25.4 million and $25.3 million for fiscal 2004.

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