Not satisfied with merely swindling ordinary Americans out of their money in the stock market, some of New York’s Wall Street types also find it necessary to cheat their way through business school as well.
The New York Post reports that a “culture of cheating” is so pervasive at Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business, and concern about the issue is so nonexistent, that four former students have resorted to suing the school instead of attempting to go through university channels to address the problem.

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