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Best Places to Work in Oklahoma 2013

To identify the best of the best, Oklahoma companies apply to the Best Companies Group (BCG) in Harrisburg, Pa., the program administrator. BCG then provides the resources for participating companies to complete a two-part survey: one for employers, the other for their employees. Employers complete a benefits and policies questionnaire, while employees take a 72-question

Best Of Business

okcBIZ readers have voted for their favorite local business-to-business companies across the greater metro area. The following pages list readers’ top picks in each of the 25 categories. Winners will be honored at the Best of Business award luncheon on April 26 at Oklahoma History Center’s Chesapeake Events Center.


November NEWS 7 DEVELOPMENT Rise to shine Land Run has grand plans for properties around N.W. 23rd Street and Walker Avenue 10 DINING Home for the holidays Local businesses take the headache out of holiday meal preparation 12 COMPASS 14 ENVIRONMENT Big bellies Downtown residents have an appetite for recycling 15 DEVELOPMENT MAPping expectations Some

Expert Q&A: Taxes

In the state of Oklahoma, who is responsible for withholding the employees’ portion of FICA/FUTA and federal income taxes? DC: In Oklahoma, not only does the employer have a duty to withhold, but it also has an equal responsibility to remit to the IRS an employee’s portion of FICA/FUTA that was withheld for the employee

Chesapeake is top Oklahoma company on annual Fortune list

Topping the list for Oklahoma is Chesapeake Energy Corp. at No. 18. Devon Energy Corp. ranked No. 28, American Fidelity Assurance is No. 47, and Tulsa-based QuikTrip came in at No. 66. On the cover of the February issue of the magazine presenting the winners, Chesapeake’s logo appears on a picture of a briefcase alongside

Love’s Entrepreneurship Center to Leap Into 2012 Entrepreneurship Day

“We are absolutely delighted to have such a wonderful group of entrepreneurs and successful business leaders tell their stories at this year’s Entrepreneurship Day”, said Steven C. Agee, PhD, dean of the Meinders School of Business. The four featured speakers are Stan Clark, president of Stan Clark Companies and founder of Eskimo Joe’s;  Bart Conner,