'A way of monetizing poor people' (The Washington Post)
KENNESAW, Ga. (Jul 7, 2018) — Kurt Schulzke, associate professor of accounting, conducted an independent review of financial documents in a story by The Washington Post investigating high interest loans by private equity firms to poor Americans.
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