George Washington University last week removed Doug Guthrie as dean of its business school, after determining that the school had spent $10 million more than authorized, The Wall Street Journal reported. “It had become increasingly clear that the financial management and operational differences between the dean and the administration were too great to surmount,” said a university spokeswoman.
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