Columbia U. business professor teaches ‘shady’ China deal

Columbia U. business professor teaches ‘shady’ China deal

An internal “CaseWorks” study from Columbia University’s prestigious business school obtained by The Post teaches its students an important lesson: Make millions of dollars while promoting a host of busted Chinese companies — even as investors who held the shares lose hundreds of millions — and you can be written up as an American success story.

That’s exactly what Columbia Business School’s Kravis Professor Paul Ingram did when he co-authored a 23-page piece with Benjamin Wey, a controversial promoter of Chinese shares listed in the US.

Oddly, the document fails to mention the well-publicized January 2012 FBI raid on Wey’s offices, as part of what a bureau spokesman called “an ongoing investigation.”

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