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News Article - 03.18.2008

Oklahoma\'s third-largest airport flies low

Economy trims operations at Max Westheimer Airport Read more
News Article - 10.02.2007

OKC firm designs unmanned aerial vehicles

Local firm works with manufacturers in designing increasingly smaller unmanned aerial vehicles, further reducing risk of detection Read more
News Article - 06.10.2009

Oklahoma City metro auto dealers address industry\'s turmoil

Local auto dealers weighed in on the industry\'s current woes at a panel discussion, held June 9 at St. Luke\'s United Methodist Church by Business Connect. Read more
News Article - 01.24.2009

AAA Oklahoma: Transportation industry needs more than Congress\' stimulus bill

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AAA Oklahoma today said the economic stimulus bill now being debated in Congress is a good first step to shore up transportation funding. Read more
News Article - 05.11.2010

Mayor\'s Development Roundtable set for May 12

The event will bring together experts, local panel members and attendees to discuss topics relevant to Oklahoma City\'s growth and development. Read more
News Article - 06.19.2010

U-Haul offers 30 days of free storage to storm-affected Oklahomans

U-Haul is also providing free boxes through its Take a Box, Leave a Box program. Read more
News Article - 11.21.2009

Oklahoma-based Love\'s makes Forbes\' list

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Love\'s Travel Stops & Country Stores announced Nov. 20 it is one of only two Oklahoma-based companies to land on the 200 Forbes Magazine list of America\'s largest private companies. The rankings are based on annual revenues from 2008. Read more
News Article - 03.05.2010

Tierra Media Group launches EastWord, an Eastern Oklahoma County publication

Tierra Media Group, parent company to Oklahoma Gazette and OKCBiz magazine, launched a new weekly publication, EastWord, in eastern Oklahoma County March 4. Read more
News Article - 08.11.2009

Edmond\'s second-quarter cost of living ranks 11.6 percent below national average

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The Edmond Economic Development Authority announced Aug. 10 its second-quarter cost of living is 11.6 percent lower than the national average, according to the American Chamber Of Commerce Researchers Association\'s Cost of Living Index by C2ER, the council for community and economic research. Read more
News Article - 07.16.2010

CNBC ranks Oklahoma\'s economy sixth in the nation

The report ranked Oklahoma No. 1 in cost of living and third in cost of doing business. Read more