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Canary Wellhead Equipment purchased by Denver company

Canary Wellhead Equipment Inc. CEO Jim Chappell announces sale of company to Denver-based Frontier Energy Group. Photo by Mark Hancock “We were looking for a buyer,” Canary co-founder Jim Chappell said. Canary was founded by Lynn Blevins and Chappell in 1984. They were using equipment painted yellow, and decided to call the manufacturing company Canary.

Native Roots opens in Deep Deuce

“We were going to get put out of business in Norman,” he said. With the larger square footage at the national stores, and sales he could not match, Runkle watched his store go from a $1 million business to half of that in just one year.  He was already eyeing Downtown Oklahoma City for a

OKC looks to future by visiting other cities

As president and CEO of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber, Williams leads a yearly trip to Oklahoma City’s peer cities – some larger, some smaller – with representatives from the local business community and city leaders. Past trips, which began in 2005, have have included Ft. Worth, Texas; Nashville, Tenn.; Charlotte, N.C.; and Denver. Before

American Fidelity purchases OPUBO property

The property at 9000 N. Broadway includes a 12-story office tower, manufacturing plant, parking garage, day care center and about 150 acres. OPUBCO plans to lease five floors in the tower through Dec. 2015, and will have an indefinite lease on the production area that houses the newspaper’s printing presses. “This is a wonderful opportunity

Midway there

“There’s a big difference in business between taking a couple of hours to get to your destination or taking the better part of the day to get there,” says Berney, president of VI Marketing and Branding in Oklahoma City. With the percentage of flights and total seat capacity of airlines flying from Will Rogers World

Law firm adds executive director

Doerner, Saunders, Daniel & Anderson, L.L.P., a full-service business and commercial law firm with offices in Tulsa, Oklahoma City and Norman, has added Lorri T. Salyards as Executive Director. Salyards will manage the business operations of the firm, including accounting, human resources, information systems, marketing and facility oversight. “Lorri’s 25-year career in law firm administration

Oklahoma City named a top desirable place to do business

Oklahoma City made Area Development magazine’s “100 Leading Locations for 2011: Desirable Places for Doing Business.” Findings are based on location surveys conducted by noteworthy companies, including Forbes, CNNMoney and Milken Institute. While the cities were not ranked, Oklahoma City was mentioned in six of the 14 surveys in the review. It also was one