Ken Reeves tucks it to MIT, specifically, the guy in charge of development of MIT property in Kendall Square, in an op-ed piece in the MIT student paper.
Funny, his letter makes MIT sound as bad as Harvard - who regularly throws tenants out to get higher rents. But hardvard gets away with it because it's harvard square, and they'll almost always find someone to pay outrageous rents. If all those accusations are true, MIT really doesn't know how to manage it's commercial properties...
Based on Harvard's vast swaths of unoccupied commercial real estate in North Allston and North Brighton, I suggest that Harvard doesn't know how to manage it's commercial properties, either.