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May 24, 1994 | From Associated Press
Two men burst into a Denny's restaurant just before lunchtime Monday and opened fire, killing one person, wounding at least four others and taking up to 25 hostages. They surrendered after a six-hour standoff. The gunmen released the hostages in groups of four or five throughout the afternoon. One of them was a 5-year-old boy who had been shot in the face. The boy underwent three hours of surgery and was listed in critical condition, said a spokesman for Community Hospital North.
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May 24, 1994 | From Associated Press
Two men burst into a Denny's restaurant just before lunchtime Monday and opened fire, killing one person, wounding at least four others and taking up to 25 hostages. They surrendered after a six-hour standoff. The gunmen released the hostages in groups of four or five throughout the afternoon. One of them was a 5-year-old boy who had been shot in the face. The boy underwent three hours of surgery and was listed in critical condition, said a spokesman for Community Hospital North.
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August 24, 1997 | JOHN HUGHES, ASSOCIATED PRESS
In a friendly competition with his buddies, Don H. Barden bowls three consecutive strikes. "I never play to lose," he says. How true. Barden quit college broke and turned his first million 15 years later. Using capital from one venture to quickly finance the next, he built his net worth to more than $100 million and today is one of the wealthiest black businessmen in America. His current goal is to win a casino license in Detroit, which would help put Barden Cos.
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April 25, 2013 | By Cindy Carcamo, This post has been corrected, as indicated below.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - Aslam Khan, owner of 165 Church's Chicken eateries, still has the text message - a plea from a general manager at one of his restaurants in Indiana: “Please don't fire me. If I lose my job, I lose everything. Please let me stay in the company.” The request had moved Khan so much that he read it aloud to a round table of business executives meeting in Scottsdale this week to discuss their frustrations and concerns about immigration law - and their hope Congress passes some sort of reform to address those worries.
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