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Human Resources - 08.01.2011

Compensation station

Symposium set to address numerous workers’ compensation issues

In 2010, employers were forced by the U.S. Department of Labor to pay a staggering $6.5 million in back wages to more than 5,000 employees, a wide jump from the $2.6 million paid to 2,190 employees just a year earlier. Class-action lawsuits against employers by independent contractors also increased in 2010 by 50%. Read more
Arts & Culture - 08.29.2011

Sharon Isbin


Sharon Isbin Sept. 29

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Human Resources - 09.28.2011

Veteran vocations

New programs are in place to assist veterans in the private sector

Two upcoming opportunities in Midwest City aim to help military veterans find a job, find a better job or start a business. Read more
Opinion - 09.28.2011

Business advice from my grandfather

Nick Harroz III
President, Mark I Asset Management Ltd. Read more
Economy - 10.26.2011

Midwest lowdown

Founded in the early 1940s, Midwest City thrives from nearby Tinker Air Force Base, Town Center, Rose State College and more

Midwest City is the result of some quick thinking by one developer and the placement of a military depot in the early 1940s. As it has grown, the community has endured tornadoes and a shopping mall closure, while also building a hotel and conference center and a new shopping center that has beat the odds through a recession by remaining full of local and national tenants. Read more
Economy - 12.21.2011

Getting defensive

New industry alliance primed for success

A new alliance is helping defense industry businesses go on the offensive. Read more
Economy - 01.19.2012

U.S. Commerce Department invests $1 million in Midwest City business

The U.S. Department of Commerce's Economic Development Administration today announced a $1 million investment to the city of Midwest City, and the Midwest City Utilities Authority to construct infrastructure improvements to help develop Soldier Creek Business and Industrial Park. Read more
Aerospace - 05.30.2012

Aero dynamics

State aerospace summit designed to connect industry businesses with larger companies and government contracts

The Oklahoma Aerospace Alliance will host the 11th Oklahoma Aerospace & Defense Summit & Expo June 4-6 at Embassy Suites in Norman. The focus has been expanded this year to include Oklahoma’s defense industry.
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Health Care - 05.30.2012

Living arrangements

Facilities give seniors, investors an assist

Back in 1996, Joyce Clark served as the director of the first assisted-living facility in Oklahoma City. She never imagined where that first job would take her. Read more
Compass - 08.27.2012



Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores opened its first compressed natural gas fueling station in Oklahoma City – and 11th statewide – July 13 at the Love’s at 12225 N. Interstate 35. The travel stop opened its first CNG station in 2011 in Kingfisher. The project is a partnership between Love’s and Chesapeake Energy Corp.

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