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| 2/6/2013

› King Center puts nostalgia on auction block
The King Center for the Performing Arts will be auctioning pieces from their collection of over 400 historical items that were signed backstage by entertainers over the past 25 years.

› Jackson Health System, Kendall Regional battle over trauma
Kendall Regional Medical Center lost one battle in the trauma wars Tuesday at the Miami-Dade County Commission, but has launched a new attack in Tallahassee, asking state regulators to reject a Jackson Health System request that Kendall maintains would force it to close its trauma center.

› Anonymous letter writer was a high-ranking NextEra executive
The identity of the writer who sent at least one of four anonymous letters to FPL parent NextEra Energy in years past alleging fraud and improprieties has been revealed as a former high-ranking company executive.

› Royal Caribbean reports 4Q net loss of $392 million
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. had a net loss of $392.8 million in the fourth quarter due primarily to write-down charges relating to its Spanish cruise brand Pullmantur.

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