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Shinn, a lawyer with McAfee & Taft, is working with the University of Oklahoma College of Law to help students understand what an employer is looking for in terms of appearance and presentation. In addition to intensive legal studies, the college’s 155 first-year law students are taking part in professionalism sessions on everything from dining

Greater OKC: Strongest Economy

A ranking of 102 cities with the strongest economies by The Business Journals found the American economy is strongest in the heartland, led by Oklahoma City. The findings were based on factors such as workers’ earnings, which, for Oklahoma City, were reported as growing faster than any other market during the previous year. With an

UCO Forensic Science Institute first higher education building in state to receive LEED certification

The University of Central Oklahoma’s Forensic Science Institute building is the first college or university building in the state to receive LEED certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. The USGBC cited areas such as construction waste management, recycled content, use of regional building materials and water use reduction in awarding the certification. The university’s

Love\’s Travel Stops & Country Stores to purchase 26 locations from Pilot Travel Centers

Oklahoma City-based Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores will purchase 26 travel centers from Pilot Travel Centers LLC in an agreement announced today. The Federal Trade Commission has approved Love’s purchase of the travel centers.  “We recognized that purchasing this group of locations would accelerate our growth strategy, particularly in terms of moving into new

Pre-Paid Legal Services convention to bring economic boost to OKC

The 10th annual International Convention of Pre-Paid Legal Services Inc. will convene April 8-10 at Cox Business Services Convention Center, bringing a surge of patronage to Bricktown area businesses. The convention annually ranks as one of the largest events in Oklahoma City, according to Michael J. Carrier, president of the Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors