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Trinity Hospital's relocation from Birmingham's Crestwood neighborhood to U.S. Mayor William Bell while loathed by other officials and neighborhood leaders. Both sides agree the move to the busy corridor would bring more jobs and development, but
The Birmingham News We thought we were all going to beach that weekend. In an interview with the Huffington Post , former HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy continued to argue his innocence of federal charges that he bribed former Gov. Don Siegelman,
Former HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy, who completed a federal prison sentence last year in an Alabama government corruption case, is asking a judge to lift a ban on his becoming an officer in a new healthcare business he wants to start. Scrushy, 60,
Asian American women with tech skills such as Clara Shih (right). (Fortune) It's 5:45 A.M., cold, and dark. You are standing in a hotel lobby in a northern Midwestern city, about to be driven to the headquarters of the company on whose board of
Centre Volunteers in Medicine turned 10 in February, but on Thursday evening, a celebration was held to honor their volunteers who help make the organization prosper. We're volunteer-based, so we owe it to those who help, said Executive Director
Do this year's figures show any evidence of progress toward a new pay paradigm? You know, where the gap between the compensation of executives and workers narrows, or where company directors put shareholders' interests before those of the hired hands?
A new 54,000 square foot hospital is in the works for Modesto, HealthSouth Corporation announced Wednesday. The 50 bed hospital will be built near Coffee Road and Mable Avenue...Construction isn't expected to begin until the third quarter of 2014.
Journaling for brain injury patients and caregivers Where: HealthSouth-Deaconess Rehabilitation Center, 4100 Covert Ave...When: The next six-week journaling for recovery classes at HealthSouth will begin April 10...The caregivers journaling group
Award Luncheon, held on Friday, Oct. 19 at The Centre in Downtown Evansville. Butler, an advocate of continuing education, is recognized for being a quiet leader in the community, encouraging women to achieve their full leadership potential, and
Some offbeat or unusual stories in the Birmingham area briefly captured our attention during 2012. We learned a dead candidate can win an election, a clothing optional crime isn't so rare, and statements on the Internet can land you in jail. The