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September 4, 2013 11:08 AM

Quarterly dividends: Synovus to pay a penny per share, while TSYS will pay a dime per share

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  • Synovus honors first responders during "Honoring our Heroes" week.

    Synovus hosted lunch Friday afternoon for public safety officials and first responders on the lawn of the Synovus Centre. Synovus said in a statement it is "Honoring our Heroes" this week as part of their Here Matters community outreach program. The company's executives and team members were on hand to serve lunch from Country's Barbecue and thank first responders from several local agencies for their public service.