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Running with a bigger pack

“We’re happy with what we’ve accomplished, but not satisfied,” says Jon Beck. “We want to continue to make it better and keep giving back to the community.” The couple developed the business around core ideals to provide superior customer service and promote healthy lifestyles in the Oklahoma City area. Burke Beck says employee training focuses

Nonprofits, retailers look to uncertain future with Chesapeake changes

Marnie Taylor, president and CEO of the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits Photo by Mark Hancock From shopping centers to the support of nonprofits and the arts, many rely on Chesapeake dollars. With the announced departure of Chesapeake co-founder and CEO Aubrey McClendon by April 1, many who have benefited, and continue to benefit from the

Compass

NORTHEAST American Fidelity Assurance Company isn’t getting into the newspaper business, but it is purchasing the campus of the Oklahoma Publishing Company. The deal includes a 12-story tower, manufacturing plant, parking garage, day care center and about 150 acres near Britton Road and Broadway Extension. The company currently is housed in three buildings near N.W.

Hot fashion for hot months

Outside, it’s warm – OK, hot – so you can finally let your style shine without the constraints of wearing a bulky coat or heavy sweater. In these summer months, it’s simple to keep your style fresh and modern. “It’s about the three Cs this season,” says haberdasher Hans Herman of Edmond. “Cool, comfortable and

Upscale women’s boutique set for Classen Curve

The selections at Liberté are meant for on-the-clock, and off-the-clock wear. Fashionable dresses and gowns sit next to designer jeans. A display near the entrance features watches and a selection of purses and shoes. Keogh carries more than 25 brands. She said many still had a vision of a frontier-like Oklahoma. After persistence she was

Elliott + Associates architects awarded ‘Best of Year’ for Café 501 redesign

Among other honors, the firm received the distinguished “Best of Year” award in the casual dining category from Interior Design magazine. More than 700 entries were considered for the magazine’s prestigious “Best of Year” awards. Elliott + Associates also took home an Honor Award for the R. B. Akins project and two Merit Awards for

Squares, curves and triangles

In years past, most every national upscale clothing and accessory retailer has set up shop in a traditional mall, with Penn Square topping the list. Those have included Banana Republic, J. Crew, Eddie Bauer, Apple and Coach. For Anthropologie, experts say Penn Square seemed the most likely choice, but the company, owned by Philadelphia-based Urban

Chesapeake CEO receives development award

When you’ve known and worked with a man since 1987, a little good-natured ribbing is in order. Upon receiving the 2011 Outstanding Development award May 11 for the Chesapeake Energy campus and surrounding projects, CEO Aubrey McClendon poked fun at the wardrobe of his favorite architect. While McClendon said it is not unusual for him

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