New York state attorney general is investigating for-profit school founded by Donald Trump

May 20, 2011
Student complaints prompt office to launch probe

From The New York Times: The New YorkState attorney general’s office is investigating whether a for-profit school founded by Donald Trump that charges students up to $35,000 a course has engaged in illegal business practices. The investigation was prompted by about a dozen complaints concerning the Trump school. The inquiry is part of a broader examination of the for-profit education industry. The investigation is the latest problem for a six-year-old company, known until last year as Trump University, that already faces a string of consumer complaints, reprimands from state regulators and a lawsuit from dissatisfied former students.

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