Florida State Receives $5 Million for College of Business

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The CNL Charitable Foundation has committed $5 million to the Florida State University College of Business in honor of alumnus and cnl financial group founder james M. Seneff. A cash gift of $2.

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Orlando, Fla., June 07, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The CNL Charitable Foundation has committed $5 million to the Florida State University College of Business in honor of alumnus and CNL Financial.