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Top News Links: Monday, July 16

Bigger capacity, bigger vehicles on tap at Hyundai

Hyundai sales up but not as much as other automakers, so corporate leaders look to increased capacity -- like third shift recently added in Montgomery — plus trucks and crossovers. — Bloomberg

Show us your tax returns

Gov. Robert Bentley called on GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney to share his tax returns and other information with voters, then said his remarks were taken out of context and he only meant that Romney should share his 2010 and 2011 returns. — Birmingham News

Hospital companies vie for Shelby County location

Schmidt Wallace Health Care asks for new Certificate of Need hearing to decide whether it or HealthSouth will win permission  to build in Shelby County.  — Birmingham Business Journal

State's Medicaid win against Sandoz reversed

The Alabama Supreme Court reversed a jury verdict that awarded the state $78.4 million for overcharges by German drug maker Sandoz. — Montgomery Advertiser

Gulf foods at Olympics, courtesy of BP

BP is sponsoring a "Spirit of the Gulf" food and music fest during the Olympics in London, inviting 1,000 people a day to sample the region's specialties. — Birmingham Business Journal

Harbert wins business school contract

Birmingham's B.L. Harbert has been chosen to build a new School of Business at the University of South Carolina. — Birmingham News

Alabama banks increase small business lending

Triggered by a federal small business initiative, Alabama banks have lent more than $427 million to small businesses to help them organize and expand. — Birmingham News

State website wins award

The state's office website, alabama.gov, was honored recently by the International Academy of Visual Arts, citing a "sleek, user friendly" design. — Yahoo Finance

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