Settling a lawsuit, a small Illinois bank company has agreed to put two disgruntled shareholders on its board.

Real estate executives Barrett Rochman and David A. Burns had sued $66 million-asset Heartland Bancshares after it threw out proxy votes that would have given them the seats of president Roger O. Hileman and director Charles Stevens.

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