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  • 1/25: Progressions, promotions in Central Florida

    Accounting Steve Appel has been appointed managing partner for KPMG LLP in Orlando. Boards of Directors Shepherd's Hope Inc. recently elected 2010 board members and officers including: Domenic Meffe, chief executive officer of Triad Isotopes Inc. as...
  • Not settling for paralysis

    Not settling for paralysis
    After rescuers used the Jaws of Life to pry Amanda Perla from a car that had slammed into a traffic-signal pole on prom night, doctors told the 18-year-old she would be paralyzed but could go on to live a productive life. They would teach her how to...
  • Prospects get 2nd look at UCF med program

    Orlando native and soon-to-be Johns Hopkins University graduate Tiffany Chen, 21, says she's "99.9 percent" sure she'll accept the admissions offer she got from the University of Central Florida's fledgling College of Medicine. Brittany Moscato, 23, who...
  • $310 a pint? Blood banks' pricing, business practices draw scrutiny from Florida Senate

    A Florida Senate committee is launching an investigation into the pricing practices and business connections of the state's blood-bank industry, including Metro Orlando's main blood center. The inquiry was triggered, in part, by a series of stories in...
  • Find the right Wi-Fi spot for you

    Thanks to iPhones, BlackBerrys and mini-laptops, the demand for wireless Internet access is soaring. And if you're like me, you expect Wi-Fi to be free and get upset when it's not. The free Wi-Fi movement took a big step recently when Barnes & Noble...
  • Heart Failure Clinic a lifeline for the uninsured

    Heart Failure Clinic a lifeline for the uninsured
    The $60,000 bill Vince Presley got from Florida Hospital after his heart attack last year set off a slow wave of panic: What happens now? The 45-year-old airport baggage handler was uninsured and working part time. And treating heart disease is a...
  • Arnold Palmer Hospital turns 20 - and the golf legend turns 80

    Arnold Palmer Hospital turns 20 - and the golf legend turns 80
    Golf legend Arnold Palmer turns 80 Thursday, and his namesake pediatric hospital turns 20. So how did Palmer prepare for the momentous occasion? Golfing, of course. "We are so proud of all the hospital has accomplished over the past 20 years for the...
  • 9/27: Progressions, promotions in Central Florida

    Accounting Gena Palmberg has joined the staff of Patrick J. Dugas as a staff accountant. Boards of Directors Recently elected officers of the Mid Florida Chapter of the Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals include Diana Youngblood of...
  • 11/8: Progressions, promotions in Central Florida

    Banking Rosemary Maisenholder was hired as area relationship manager at Florida Bank of Commerce in Winter Park. Boards of Directors The 2010-2011 elected officers of Community Health Centers include Beverly Paulk, retired financial planner and...
  • CEOs give thanks for family, colleagues

    CEOs give thanks for family, colleagues
    This week begins the fourth holiday season since the start of the recession — and the almost-as-ruthless recovery. Foreclosures are still a mess. The federal deficit looms over the government's budget like a TSA agent, ready to pat down Social...
  • Grace Medical Home in Orlando helps close health-care gap for working poor

    Grace Medical Home in Orlando helps close health-care gap for working poor
    It is what some health-care experts call "the missing link": a place where the working poor and their families can go for basic medical needs and continuing care for chronic illness, where someone knows their names and their medical histories and will...