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University Of Atlanta - History - Operation As Barrington University
... However, a 2003 investigation by the South Florida Business Journal revealed this was a for-profit corporation set up in Florida (not Switzerland or Washington, D.C ... The IAUS' charter was subsequently dissolved by the State of Florida for failure to pay annual registration fees ... The South Florida Business Journal also reported that Barrington was paying professors and schools in China commissions to sell Barrington degrees to Chinese students this ...
South Florida Business Journal
... South Florida Business Journal is a newspaper printed in Fort Lauderdale, Florida for the Miami, Florida area, covering general business news, major events in Miami, Florida, and around the world ... South Florida Business Journal is one of the leading newspaper titles in Florida ... The Florida Press Association recognized the South Florida Business Journal as the best weekly newspaper of its size ...

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