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King of hearts

Chrysler CEO Bob Nardelli, left, wasn't in Washington on May 3 to field questions from CNN talk show host Larry King, center. He was at the Larry King Cardiac Foundation Gala to accept the Gerald S. Snyder Heart Award for charity work. Snyder died of heart disease in 2003, and King underwent quintuple heart bypass surgery the year before starting the foundation in 1988 to fund treatment for people who couldn't afford it. At right is Phil Kent, CEO of Turner Broadcasting.

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