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Target: Stroke Honor Roll Elite." The award recognizes the hospital's commitment to providing appropriate stroke treatment according to nationally recognized and research-based guidelines. Hospitals must achieve a level of 85 percent or higher on "achievement indicators" for two or..."/>
St. Francis Hospital receives award for stroke treatment [Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, Ga.]
U.S. Bancorp pushed into bankruptcy has fought back in courts and won several victories, but the Minneapolis bank company says it's not over. The company suffered key setbacks in recent months in a dispute with Maury Rosenberg that started 13 years ago."/>
For U.S. Bancorp and a Philadelphia businessman, a bankruptcy case that will not die [Star Tribune (Minneapolis)]
Amazon.com is using Lewis and Clark Community College facilities to conduct hiring and training for two planned warehouses here, according to the college. Amazon is using space at the college's N.O. Nelson campus in Edwardsville as part of its screening and hiring process, according to a memo to college board members."/>
Amazon using LCCC space for hiring process [The Telegraph, Alton, Ill.]
Dollar General welcomed thousands of visitors to Music City Center in downtown Nashville, Tennessee this afternoon for its second annual Day of Beauty, a free community event focused on multi-cultural health and beauty. Participants enjoyed a panel discussion with beauty bloggers and celebrity hair stylist Kim Kimble, a performance by renowned R&B artist KeKe Wyatt, beauty tips, a nail bar and free samples from leading brands available at Dollar..."/>
Dollar General Presents Its Second Annual Day of Beauty
McDonald's and Starbucks can agree on one thing. Following McDonald's lead, Starbucks says it will also use filters to block customers from using its Wi-Fi to watch porn. Anti-porn groups Enough is Enough and the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, who fought for the changes, commended the businesses' decisions."/>
Starbucks, McDonald's to block porn on their Wi-Fi [Fort Worth Star-Telegram]
Kia's capable family mover [The Times-Tribune, Scranton, Pa.]
Dana Holding Corp. have agreed to pay $64 million to settle a securities-fraud lawsuit with investors, according to documents in U.S. The out-of-court agreement with union pension groups is for the 2005 class-action lawsuit that accused Michael Burns, former chief executive, and Robert Richter, former chief financial officer, of knowingly misleading investors about financial problems in the years before the automotive parts supplier..."/>
Former Dana executives settle fraud suit for $64M [The Blade, Toledo, Ohio]
Newest Jeep Wrangler goes retro [The Blade, Toledo, Ohio]

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