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KPMG PARTNER NAMED ST. VINCENT HEALTH CFO

Daniel R. Curran has been named chief financial officer of St. Vincent's Health System. Curran, a partner in the international accounting firm KPMG LLP's health care practice, succeeds retiring CFO Jim Corrigan.

Curran will be responsible for, among other things, strategic financial planning, internal controls, accounting, financial reporting and analysis, reimbursement and budgeting. Curran, who will start March 1, has more than 30 years experience in the accounting and health care industry. Curran earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Connecticut and is a CPA in the state of Florida.

Urvaksh Karkaria/ The Times-Union

ARMOR HOLDINGS LANDS ORDER WORTH $649 MILLION

Armor Holdings Inc. said on Monday it received a $649 million order for production of additional Family of Medium Tactical Vehicle trucks from the U.S. Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command. The order is under an existing multi-year contract that Armor inherited when it acquired Stewart & Stevenson Services Inc. earlier this year. Jacksonville-based Armor said work on the trucks will be done in 2007 and 2008 at company facilities in Texas.

Mark Basch/ The Times-Union

AMERICAN ACCESS PLANS TO MERGE WITH HOUSTON FIRM

Keystone Heights-based American Access Technologies Inc. said Monday it has signed a definitive agreement for its previously announced merger with Houston-based M&I Electric Industries Inc.

Under the agreement, M&I shareholders will receive shares of American Access that will give them about 80 percent of American Access' stock. American Access will schedule a special shareholders meeting in the first quarter of 2007 to vote on the merger.

Mark Basch/ The Times-Union

BANK OF NEW YORK TO BUY MELLON FOR $17.6 BILLION

Bank of New York Co. …

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