• Oklahoma City shifts focus to streets

    By William Crum Staff Writer wcrum@oklahoman.com | Published: Thu, May 26, 2016

    The poor condition of city streets has had the attention of motorists for a while in Oklahoma City. Officials seem to be getting the message.

  • Oklahoma City ice cream maker has scoop: Future is looking sweet

    Oklahoma City ice cream maker has scoop: Future...

    By Brianna Bailey Business Writer bbailey@oklahoman.com | Published: Thu, May 26, 2016

    Oklahoma City ice cream maker Dippin' Dots says its future is looking extremely bright with sales jumping 60 percent between 2013 and 2015, and growth of 25 percent predicted for 2016.

  • Q&A with Troy E. Jones

    Q&A with Troy E. Jones

    BY PAULA BURKES | Published: Thu, May 26, 2016

    Many financial documents are best stored in their digital form, but some like marriage, birth, adoption, citizenship and death certificates should be kept in their original forms.

  • Oklahoma business briefs for May 26

    Published: Thu, May 26, 2016

    Oklahoma business briefs for May 26, 2016

  • Miranda Lambert's Tishomingo boutique closes doors

    Miranda Lambert\'s Tishomingo boutique closes doors

    By Brianna Bailey Business Writer bbailey@oklahoma.com  | Updated: 18 hr ago

    Singer Miranda Lambert abruptly closed the Pink Pistol boutique in Tishomingo on Wednesday, saying she is focusing on the location near her hometown of Lindale, Texas.

  • Roof goof means repainting for Uptown's Gold Dome

    Roof goof means repainting for Uptown\'s Gold Dome

    BY STEVE LACKMEYER Business Writer slackmeyer@oklahoman.com | Published: Wed, May 25, 2016

    On Wednesday, architect David Grooms told the Urban Design Commission the previous work done on the historic Gold Dome in Uptown Oklahoma City was not the appropriate shade and was applied without fixing existing issues with the geodesic roof structure.

  • Retail business briefs for May 26, 2016

    From Staff Reports | Published: Wed, May 25, 2016

    Retail business briefs for May 26, 2016

  • May Avenue bridge may reopen to limited traffic

    May Avenue bridge may reopen to limited traffic

    By William Crum Staff Writer wcrum@oklahoman.com | Published: Wed, May 25, 2016

    May Avenue could reopen this week to limited traffic where the bridge over Northwest Expressway partially collapsed.

  • Oklahoma business briefs for May 25

    Published: Wed, May 25, 2016

    Oklahoma business briefs for May 25, 2016

  • Oklahoma insurers have raised rates as much as 300 percent for earthquake polices

    By Brianna Bailey Business Writer  bbailey@oklahoman.com  | Updated: Tue, May 24, 2016

    Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John Doak held a public hearing Tuesday morning to decide whether Oklahoma's earthquake insurance market has become uncompetitive. Doak will use the information to decide whether to place increased regulation on earthquake insurance writers in the state.

  • Oklahoma City-based Monscierge creates technology that's changing hospitality industry

    Oklahoma City-based Monscierge creates...

    By Jim Stafford | Updated: Mon, May 23, 2016

    Monscierge has created a software communication platform that about 1,500 hotels around the world use. The company has contracts in hand to roll the app out to an additional 8,000 hotels over the next 18 months and is working to expand the technology to the cruise line industry.

  • Oklahoma business briefs for May 24

    Published: Tue, May 24, 2016

    Oklahoma business briefs for May 24, 2016

  • Mary Eddy's Kitchen + Lounge eatery opens today at 21c Museum Hotel in Oklahoma City

    Mary Eddy\'s Kitchen + Lounge eatery opens today...

    By Dave Cathey Food Editor dcathey@oklahoman.com | Published: Tue, May 24, 2016

    The 21c Museum Hotel in Oklahoma City will not only celebrate its art, but also customers' experience in dining when Mary Eddy's Kitchen + Lounge opens.

  • Body, mind and spirit is the new work-life balance, experts say

    Body, mind and spirit is the new work-life...

    By Paula Burkes Business Writer pburkes@oklahoman.com | Published: Mon, May 23, 2016

    During a LeadWell health and business seminar at Chesapeake Boathouse in Oklahoma City, participants learned to relax via chair yoga, cook nutritional quinoa dishes and embrace the fact that healthy living affects leadership at all levels.

  • Oklahoma startup borrows energy industry concept to protect patients

    BY SCOTT MEACHAM | Published: Mon, May 23, 2016

    The company Linear Health Sciences has invented an innovative break-away valve for medical tubing. The Orchid valve seals off both ends of the tube creating a sterile, clean solution, the tubing or catheter stays in the patient, and the appropriate medical personnel are alerted.

  • Q&A with Tim L. Brassfield

    Q&A with Tim L. Brassfield

    BY PAULA BURKES | Published: Mon, May 23, 2016

    Amateur sports events bring in $35 million to Oklahoma's economy, according to the Oklahoma City All Sports Association.

  • Chesapeake settles royalty lawsuit in $53 million deal

    By Adam Wilmoth Energy Editor awilmoth@oklahoman.com | Published: Mon, May 23, 2016

    OKC energy firm also agrees to a $6 million settlement with the City of Fort Worth, Texas.

  • #OKC Boxscore

    #OKC Boxscore

    By William Crum Staff Writer wcrum@oklahoman.com | Updated: Sun, May 22, 2016

    William Crum: #OKC Boxscore is a weekly look at Oklahoma City civic affairs.

  • Taking Stock: Cisco Systems' robust earnings, projected growth make it a solid portfolio candidate

    Published: Sun, May 22, 2016

    Malcolm Berko: Cisco System’s 20.8 percent profit margins and its 17.4 percent return on equity are equally impressive, as is its $61 billion of cash in the bank.

  • Informational interview can be a big benefit for networking job seekers

    By Paula Burkes Business Writer pburkes@oklahoman.com | Published: Sun, May 22, 2016

    In informational interviews — which are known also as conversational interviews — job seekers arrange meetings with professionals to get advice on their career, the industry, and the corporate cultures of potential employers.




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