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Real Estate - 03.21.2012

Nefarious newcomers not welcome at MidTown project

Neighbors in the Heritage Hills and Mesta Park neighborhoods want to ensure that many of the businesses to their north on N.W. 23rd Street don’t end up to their south. As long as there are no establishments to give blood, worship, buy adult videos, pawn a television, or get a tattoo, neighbors seem willing to see a multifamily development with retail on Walker Avenue, that isn’t even in either neighborhood, to move forward. Read more
Government - 04.03.2012

Senate committee advances energy litigation bill

A bill to reform energy litigation matters passed by the Senate Judiciary Committee and is headed to the full Senate. The bill passed by a 6-3 vote.

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Government - 04.03.2012

Small Business Day at the Capitol

The 14th annual Small Business Day at the state Capitol will be April 30 in the second floor rotunda. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m., and Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb will deliver a welcome address at 10:30 a.m. Read more
Economy - 04.05.2012

State sees drop in revenues for first time in two years

After two years of solid revenue growth, the Oklahoma State Treasurer’s Office reported totals slipped in March based on gross receipts. Read more
Real Estate - 04.06.2012

Village at Quail Springs fetches $21.45 million

A northwest Oklahoma City apartment complex completed just more than a year ago sold on April 5 for $21.45 million. Read more
Energy - 04.10.2012

Three Chesapeake deals to net $2.6 billion

Three oil and gas asset monetization transactions announced by Chesapeake Energy Corp. will result in proceeds of about $2.6 billion in cash.

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Tourism - 04.13.2012

C-SPAN films in OKC for upcoming feature

If you think C-SPAN only shows endless hours of debate and activity on the floor of the U.S. House and Senate, think again. In a push to diversify programming, while still covering every second of congress in action, the network began planning last year for a series of historical features on cities around the country. Oklahoma City made the list. Read more
Retail - 04.16.2012

Hobby Lobby ups minimum wage

It turns out that selling art supplies and picture frames can be lucrative. While the business has made Hobby Lobby CEO and founder David Green a billionaire, he has spread some of that wealth to 15,300 of his employees by paying minimum hourly wages of $13 per hour, a number that brushes close to doubling the minimum wage. Read more
Innovation - 04.18.2012

I2E invests in glioblastomas project

Through the Oklahoma Seed Capital Fund, i2E Inc. has invested $500,000 in Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation's Glioblastoma Project. The Seed Fund participated in an investment round of $1 million with co-investment from the research foundation. 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