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  • APNewsBreak: 'Three Cups' author mismanaged group

    "Three Cups of Tea" author Greg Mortenson mismanaged the nonprofit organization he co-founded to build schools in Pakistan and Afghanistan and spent millions of dollars of charity money on charter flights, family vacations and personal items, according to an investigative report released Thursday.


  • APNewsBreak: 'Three Cups' author to stay with CAI

    "Three Cups of Tea" author Greg Mortenson will remain the face of the charity he co-founded, despite his having to repay $1 million after an investigative report released Thursday concluded he mismanaged the organization and misspent its money.


  • Probe cites 'Three Cups of Tea' author

    Best-selling "Three Cups of Tea" author Greg Mortenson mismanaged the nonprofit organization he co-founded to build schools in Pakistan and Afghanistan and spent charity money on personal items, family vacations and millions on charter flights, according to an investigative report released Thursday.


  • APNewsBreak: Woman drops 'Three Cups of Tea' suit

    An Illinois woman has dropped her lawsuit against "Three Cups of Tea" author Greg Mortenson, leaving just one legal claim that millions of people were duped into buying Mortenson's books and donating to his charity based on lies.


  • APNewsBreak: Woman drops 'Three Cups of Tea' suit

    An Illinois woman has dropped her lawsuit against "Three Cups of Tea" author Greg Mortenson, leaving just one legal claim that millions of people were duped into buying Mortenson's books and donating to his charity based on lies.


  • 'Three Cups of Tea' has bitter taste

    Once ubiquitous, Greg Mortenson was feted on "Oprah," at the Pentagon and on college campuses everywhere.


  • 'Three Cups' author undergoes heart surgery

    The embattled author of "Three Cups of Tea" has undergone open-heart surgery nearly two months after reports questioned the accuracy of the book and whether he benefited from the charity he founded, the charity's spokeswoman said.


  • 'Three Cups' author undergoes heart surgery

    The embattled author of "Three Cups of Tea" has undergone open-heart surgery nearly two months after reports questioned the accuracy of the book and whether he benefited from the charity he founded, the charity's spokeswoman said.


  • 2 Montana legislators sue 'Three Cups' author

    Two Montana lawmakers are trying to start a class-action lawsuit against "Three Cups of Tea" author Greg Mortenson, claiming they were duped into buying Mortenson's best-selling book and donating to his charity based on lies they thought were true.


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