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Train2Cheer comes to DVD

BY Allison Cerra

RIVER EDGE, N.J. — A new strength and conditioning program designed specifically for cheerleaders and dancers has made its way to DVD.

Train2Cheer offers a workout that is designed to increase cardio and muscular endurance, resulting in stronger cheer and dance performances. Train2Cheer is set to high-energy music and is hosted by its creator, Stacey DelPreore.

Train2Cheer, which includes a 60-minute workout video and bonus CD soundtrack, retails for $19.99.

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McKinsey & Co. earns spot on Vault’s Consulting Firm Practice Area Rankings for 2012

BY Allison Cerra

NEW YORK — McKinsey & Co. has earned multiple honors on Vault.com’s latest Consulting Firm Practice Area Rankings.

McKinsey & Co said it earned the No. 1 spot for management, strategy, energy and healthcare consulting, as well as the No. 2 spot overall with a score of 23.23.

The full rankings can be viewed here.

“Vault’s Practice Area Rankings enable aspiring consultants to make informed decisions that will help them land a job at a top firm that matches their professional interests,” Vault.com director of research and consulting Brian Dalton said. “Finding a firm that offers top notch business expertise will help consultants grow as they continue on their professional path to success.”

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Wolters Kluwer Pharma hires Henry Prolog

BY Alaric DeArment

PHOENIX — Healthcare information provider Wolters Kluwer Pharma has appointed Henry Prolog as its VP data strategy, acquisitions and services, the company said.

The company said Prolog brought more than 25 years of sales, data contracts and marketing experience in the healthcare, technology and information services industries. Before Wolters Kluwer, Prolog worked for IMS Health, Siemens Medical, Fresenius USA and Verispan. Most recently, he was national director for channels at US Oncology in Houston.

"Hank will help us evolve vendor relationships into true partnerships that will fulfill our customer, partner and stakeholder needs," Wolters Kluwer Pharma Solutions president and COO for healthcare analytics Michelle Woker said. "This role is key to our strategy going forward, and Hank’s myriad of experience will help us achieve both our short- and long-term goals."

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