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Transportation - 06.10.2011

Bus transit a concern for OKC in fiscal year 2012

Public transportation and parking budget proposal includes new buses

Oklahoma City Council members listened to a presentation of the public transportation and parking budget proposal June 6, as director Rick Cain explained what steps need to be taken to improve a lackluster transit system in the metro. Read more
Tourism - 06.13.2011

Oklahoma City added 2,500 hospitality jobs since 2008

Oklahoma City ranked No. 11 nationally for growth in hospitality sector

The leisure and hospitality industries in Oklahoma City have consistently added jobs since 2008, according to numbers from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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Economy - 07.22.2011

Chesapeake secures arena naming rights

Thunder to play in 'Chesapeake Energy Arena' for the next 12 years

The energy company has partnered with the Oklahoma City Thunder for the naming rights to the downtown arena where the team plays its games. Read more
Retail - 12.02.2011

Heisman Trophy winner welcomes new airport stores

Will Rogers World Airport welcomes new, expanded stores as part of $1.7 million retail renovation

Barry Sanders may have retired from the NFL in 1998, but he will be suiting up and hitting the football field daily at Will Rogers World Airport. While not exactly in person, a computer simulation of Sanders, along with many other football greats, will be accessible in video games at the EA Sports Experience store. Read more
Retail - 04.18.2012

Hogan plans building for Lower Bricktown

For the record, Randy Hogan has no tenants lined up for a proposed building in Lower Bricktown. But, for the man who helped define that area south of Reno Avenue, he is not denying that he knows who Oklahoma City Thunder player Kevin Durant is, and that the celebrated basketball player has been talking about a restaurant venture he will be a part of in Hogan’s building. Read more
Opinion - 05.30.2012

No income tax cut, please

Mickey A. Hepner Dean, College of Business Administration University of Central Oklahoma

It was an eyeopening experience for me. Traveling internationally, seeing new places, meeting people and learning about new cultures is always transformational in some way.

But this trip was even more so because it changed not only my perception of the world, but also my perception of how the world sees us.

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News Article - 10.23.2012

Devon tower officially opens

Devon Energy officials were joined by government officials to cut a blue, ceremonial ribbon in the glass rotunda of the company’s world headquarters Oct. 23 to officially celebrate its opening. In attendance were community and business leaders, including the CEOs of Chesapeake Energy and SandRidge Energy. Read more
News Article - 12.14.2012

Delaney takes chairman position with chamber

Canadian comedian James Cunningham brought his brand of whimsical humor to the 2012 Greater Oklahoma City Chamber meeting Dec. 13 by having the outgoing chairman and the incoming chairman perform a parody of the British television show Benny Hill. Read more
Nonprofits - 02.01.2013

Cheering charities

Chesapeake donates Thunder sponsorship resources to local nonprofits

Jane Sutter is ready for her close-up. As president and CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County, she doesn’t spend a lot of time in front of cameras. Read more
Compass - 11.27.2013