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Private equity giant TPG has put a top exec on leave after he was charged in a college admissions scandal

Business Insider Tuesday, 12 March 2019
Private equity giant TPG has put a top exec on leave after he was charged in a college admissions scandal· Private equity firm TPG has placed William 'Bill' McGlashan on leave after he was among dozens of people indicted by the FBI Tuesday in an alleged scheme to get students into elite colleges.
· McGlashan founded TPG Growth and the Rise Fund, which invests in companies trying to solve social and environmental problems. His...
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According to a report by Reuters, on Friday, Advantage Lithium Corp's temporarily ousted chief executive is set to become the latest person to face criminal charges for taking part in the largest college-admissions fraud scheme in US history. CEO David Sidoo is due to appear in Boston federal court...

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