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1. Hillwood Partnership Buys Airways Distribution Center -

Dallas-based Hillwood Investment Properties, in a partnership with Toronto-based Brookfield Asset Management Inc. and the Hillwood-Brookfield Industrial Partners fund, acquired the 556,000-square-foot Airways Distribution Center Building D in the DeSoto County submarket.

2. Hillwood Partnership Acquires Airways Distribution Center -

Dallas-based Hillwood Investment Properties, in a partnership with Toronto-based Brookfield Asset Management Inc. and the Hillwood-Brookfield Industrial Partners fund, acquired the 556,000-square-foot Airways Distribution Center Building D in the DeSoto County submarket.

3. Kimberly-Clark Signs Southaven Lease -

Kimberly-Clark Corp., a global manufacturer of hygiene and personal health products, has entered the local industrial market in full force.

4. Kimberly-Clark Signs Southaven Lease -

Kimberly-Clark Corp., a global manufacturer of hygiene and personal health products, has entered the local industrial market in full force.

5. House Votes to Cut Off Federal Funds for NPR -

WASHINGTON (AP) – The House on Thursday voted to end federal funding to National Public Radio. Republican supporters said it made good fiscal sense, and Democratic opponents called it an ideological attack that would deprive local stations of access to programs such as "Car Talk" and "All Things Considered."

6. Fewer Airliners Crashed in 2009, But More Died -

WASHINGTON (AP) - Fewer airliners crashed around the world last year, but more people died in the accidents, an industry group reported Thursday.

The number of deaths rose to 685 from 502 the previous year, the International Air Transport Association said. Yet the number of deadly accidents dropped to 18 from 23 the year before, a major accident rate that was the second-lowest on record, the association said.

7. Bush: Lawmakers ‘Must Listen,’ Vote Yes on Rescue Plan -

WASHINGTON (AP) – President Bush said Thursday “a lot of people are watching” to see if Congress will enact the $700 billion financial rescue plan he called the best chance to restore calm to the financial industry.

8. Archived Article: Market Cruises Lj - lj 10/5 cates Cruising waves More vacationers than ever are sailing the seven seas in 1996 By LAURIE JOHNSON The Daily News Although national consumer indexes for June show spending has declined on big-ticket or luxury items for the second month in ...