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News Article - 07.30.2009

Oklahoma City\'s unemployment rate rises to 6 percent in June

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After announcing earlier this month the unemployment rate increased to 6.4 percent in June, the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission reported county and municipal data for Oklahoma and surrounding states July 29. Read more
News Article - 04.20.2010

Engineering and architecture firm opens in Norman

Wilson & Company Inc., Engineers & Architects\' focus will be transportation, surveying, mapping and aerial photography for municipal and federal departments. Read more
News Article - 10.30.2009

OG&E selects additional partners for Smart Grid Program

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OG&E announced Oct. 29 it has entered into agreements with General Electric Energy and Silver Spring Networks to handle key aspects of its Positive Energy Smart Grid Program to begin with full deployment in Norman next year. Read more
News Article - 04.14.2009

Oklahoma City\'s sales tax collections decline for second consecutive month

The April distribution of sales tax collections by the Oklahoma Tax Commission, primarily representing local tax receipts from February business, show declines in several metro area cities when compared to the same month last year. Read more
News Article - 07.26.2005

Investors Invade Metro Market

Home builders keeping a close eye on out-of-state investors looking to build their portfolios Read more
News Article - 10.21.2009

Compass briefs: North OKC Laredo\'s opens

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Real Estate news from the metro-Oklahoma City area Read more
News Article - 10.23.2009

Jack in the Box plans to open four Oklahoma City-area locations

Fast-food retailer Jack in the Box said Oct. 22 it is planning to expand its presence in the Oklahoma market by opening four Oklahoma City-area corporately owned locations along with two in the Tulsa area. Read more
News Article - 03.21.2006

Flex time

Advances in technology have allowed employees more scheduling flexibility, but those same advances now allow the boss to track them Read more
Forty Under 40 - 10.17.2006

Stephen Adamo, 33

First Fidelity Bank, Assistant Vice President of Business Development Read more
News Article - 07.18.2006

Three Oklahoma cities make list rated Norman, Edmond and Broken Arrow in their annual \"Best Places to Live: Great American Towns\" list July 17. Norman was the highest-rated Oklahoma town, coming in at No. 40 while Edmond ranked No. 52 and Broken Arrow charted at No. 66. Read more