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There have been complaints about Vikram Akula becoming a millionaire after the IPO - people say it's just wrong to profit off the poor. Since everything he did was legal, the attacks are on moral grounds and one begins to wonder how morality crept into business this way. Sure, microfinance is a social business and some may say more heart is needed in this type of business - but when we questions business on the basis of morals (let's set aside CSR for the moment), where does it end?