'Marketplace' Report: Financial Aid Stocks Scandal The directors of financial aid at three top universities have stock investments in a student loan company. Their stakes are now part of an expanding investigation by New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo.
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'Marketplace' Report: Financial Aid Stocks Scandal

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'Marketplace' Report: Financial Aid Stocks Scandal

'Marketplace' Report: Financial Aid Stocks Scandal

'Marketplace' Report: Financial Aid Stocks Scandal

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The directors of financial aid at three top universities have stock investments in a student loan company. Their stakes are now part of an expanding investigation by New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo. Marketplace's Amy Scott talks with Noah Adams.

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