As part of the conspiracy, parents supposedly paid organization training for college to pass a test on behalf of the students or to correct their answers. In addition, the organization bribed college trainers to help take students to college as recruited athletes. The scandal involves dozens of wealthy parents, coaches and college executives.
McGlachgan agreed to pay 250 thousand dollars to participate in both parts of the scheme, according to the complaint. The goal was to have his son admitted to the University of Southern California. ] McGlashan says he left TPG. In a letter to the board of directors of the company, which was presented to CNN Business representative McGlashan, he wrote that "the progress we have made is too important for you to be distracted by the questions that I face personally." Though it breaks my heart to write this, I feel that now it's right to resign from the growth fund and TPG growth, "McGlashan wrote." As you can imagine, my main concern at this point concerns my family. 39th; I will also focus on solving statements that have been submitted, and there are aspects of history that have not yet appeared, which I would like to share.
McGlashan is the founder and managing partner of TPG Growth, who has invested in such companies as Airbnb, Spotify and Uber. He also founded the TPG Growth Fund, which collaborates with Bono and focuses on investments that promote environmental and social well-being. correct your son's answers on ACT. His son finally got 34 points out of 36 possible, ̵
"Well, ok. Let me take a look at what I have." It's very funny. How the world works these days is incredible, "said McGlachan. He repeatedly expressed his desire to keep the scheme from his son.