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Georgia State top donor convicted of accounting fraud charges

  • Parker H. Petit, one of Georgia State’s top donors and CEO of MiMedx, convicted on fraud charges after the SEC found evidence of channel stuffing wit
  • Parker H. Petit is known as one of Georgia's most successful businessmen with ties to Sen. Johnny Isakson, former Secretary of Health and Human Servi
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    Georgia State top donor convicted of accounting fraud charges

  • Parker H. Petit, one of Georgia State’s top donors and CEO of MiMedx, convicted on fraud charges after the SEC found evidence of channel stuffing wit
  • Parker H. Petit is known as one of Georgia's most successful businessmen with ties to Sen. Johnny Isakson, former Secretary of Health and Human Servi

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