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Executive Homes - 01.23.2012

February Executive Homes

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Compass - 01.23.2012

Compass: 2-1-2012

News and notes on business development in Oklahoma City.

“USA Canoe/Kayak is launching a new era in paddle sports in the United States, with a focus on enabling U.S. athletes to achieve sustained competitive excellence in Olympic, Paralympic and other international competition,” says Joe Jacobi, USA Canoe/ Kayak CEO. Read more
Human Resources - 01.23.2012

Getting the job

What once worked for job seekers may no longer be effective in today’s world

Resolutions come and go, but for job seekers and those looking for a career change, the same tactics used in previous years may not work as well. Read more

February New & Expanding Businesses

News and notes on growing business in the Oklahoma City-area.

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Real Estate - 01.23.2012

Top deals

Oklahoma City metro-area commercial real estate market finished 2011 fairly healthy with several top-dollar deals in multifamily, office, retail and industrial. Read more
Health Care - 01.23.2012

Corporate unwellness

Companies consider surcharging unhealthy employees

The corporate-wellness culture traces its roots back to the 1980s, when the prevailing wisdom championed a correlation between a healthy lifestyle and a healthier, happier employee. Read more
Technology - 01.23.2012

Game on!

Norman company takes gambling out of casino business

To most people, leaving a job as lobbyist or general counsel for Devon Energy Corp. for a life in the gaming service industry would seem like a big gamble. Read more
Government - 01.23.2012

Legislation station

State leaders look to make Oklahoma more business-friendly in the upcoming legislative session

Building on initiatives in the areas of workers’ compensation reform, lawsuit reform and lowering the personal income tax passed last legislative session, leaders in the state House of Representatives and Senate hope to further those efforts in the session that begins Feb. 6. Read more