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1. Pulling the Strings -

Long before the first widgets roll off the assembly line, way back before the ribbon cutting and the first shovels break ground, and even before executives quietly slip in to scout out a prospective piece of land, someone like Mark Sweeney gets a phone call.

2. Lifeblood Elects Board Members -

Lifeblood has elected new members to its board of directors.

New board members include Bill Appling, president of Watkins Uiberall Healthcare Consulting Group; Al Bright Jr., attorney at Butler, Snow, O’Mara, Stevens and Cannada PLLC; Sam Cole, attorney; Dr. Lawrence Madlock, medical director at University Health Services; Jim Martin, retired from the Shelby County Division of Corrections; Kem Mullins, chief executive officer at St. Francis Hospital Bartlett; and Dr. Ted Strom, blood bank medical director and director of the hematology section, pathology and laboratory medicine services at the Memphis Veteran Affairs Medical Center.

3. U.S. Attorney Touts Civil Rights -

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder was in Memphis last week to speak at the 26th annual meeting of the National Black Prosecutors Association.

The nation’s first African-American attorney general, who was among the first cabinet members appointed by President Barack Obama this year, took on a variety of topics in a luncheon speech:

4. Timing Perfect For Holder’s Visit -

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder’s stop in Memphis this week came at a critical time for U.S. Department of Justice operations in West Tennessee.

The U.S. Attorney’s office is awaiting the appointment of a new chief prosecutor by President Barack Obama. Local U.S. Reps. Steve Cohen, D-Memphis, and John Tanner, D-Union City, have been consulted by the administration, which took up residence seven months ago in the White House. Larry Laurenzi has been acting U.S. attorney since the resignation of David Kustoff took effect in May 2008.

5. Air Cargo Conference Puts Memphis At Center of Industry -

The timing couldn’t be better: Just a month after Memphis International Airport was named the world’s busiest cargo airport for the 17th consecutive year, it will roll out the red carpet for the Airports Council International–North America Air Cargo conference, further proving to the world that Memphis is the epicenter of air shipping.

6. Both Parties Expect Democratic Senate Pickups -

WASHINGTON (AP) - Democrats counted on solidifying their thin leadership grip on the Senate as voters flocked to the polls Tuesday to fill 35 Senate seats. Embattled Republicans braced for losses but hoped they would be modest ones.

7. Embassy Suites Opens First Alaska Property -

Memphis-based Embassy Suites Hotels has made its debut in Alaska with the recent opening of Embassy Suites Anchorage near the city’s Ted Stevens International Airport.

The hotel joins three other Hilton Family hotels already in Anchorage: The Hilton Garden Inn-Anchorage, Homewood Suites by Hilton-Anchorage and the Hampton Inn Anchorage.

8. Archived Article: Memos - Clyde Springer, chief executive officer and co-owner of Armstrong Relocation, has received the Gene Anderson-United Van Lines Excellence Award, the highest honor United Van Lines extends to an individual. Armstrong has 13 full-service United agencie...