From around the DMV (D.C., Maryland, Virginia) area comes the latest business news and announcements. Scott K. Ginsburg, renowned seller of exotic cars, sues Georgetown University to retrieve $7.5 million in donations. Ginsburg had donated millions to the college for the purpose of building a healthy center, though the center has still yet to be built. An open house will be offered on March 23 at Virginia College School of Business and Health for former, current and perspective students. Maryland nonprofit job growth outpaces private sector, according to two reports. Nonprofits account for 11 percent of the state’s total workforce during the first quarter of 2012. Cameryn Mann has been announced as the recipient of the University of Maryland’s Choptank Transport Business Scholarship award for 2012–2013. Mann, a Lothian, Maryland native, is a University of Maryland senior majoring in finance and operations management at the Robert H. School of Business. The Howard University School of Business has announced a new Executive Leadership Program for Ministers. This five-day executive program will be taught on the campus of Howard University by the School of Business faculty. The spring course will run from April 8-12. A Virginia company will add to a major wind investment. Virginia-based Apex Wind Energy Inc. has purchased an additional 44,000 acre northeast Indiana wind farm.
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