• Paycom expands sales presence in six cities

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

    Paycom Software Inc. is opening six sales offices in Chicago, Cleveland, San Antonio, Pasadena, Calif., Sacramento, Calif., and Stamford, Conn. Oklahoma City-based Paycom has been expanding its sales teams nationwide since going public on the New York Stock Exchange in 2014.

  • SandRidge borrows $489 million

    By Adam Wilmoth Energy Editor awilmoth@oklahoman.com | Published: Mon, Jan 25, 2016

    SandRidge Energy Inc. last week borrowed almost $489 million, maxing out the credit line it secured early last year, the company said Monday. The Oklahoma City-based oil and natural gas producer said it plans to use the money for general corporate purposes. "Our cash is a valuable asset, and in this volatile market, having guaranteed liquidity provides the maximum operation and financial flexibility to SandRidge," spokesman David Kimmel said in a statement Monday. "By fully drawing on our revolver, we ensure that all of our liquidity is readily available to us." Including the $11 million SandRidge withdrew previously, the company now owes nearly $500 million on the credit line and has $855 million in cash on hand.

  • Eagle & Beagle for Sunday, Jan. 24, 2016

    By Don Mecoy Business Editor dmecoy@oklahoman.com | Published: Sun, Jan 24, 2016

    Don Mecoy: Eagle & Beagle is a weekly look at Oklahoma companies' high-performing (eagle) and low-performing (beagle) stocks.

  • First National redevelopment sale adjusts office vacancies downtown

    By Richard Mize Real Estate Editor richardmize@oklahoman.com | Published: Sat, Jan 23, 2016

    Price Edwards & Co. has taken First National Center off the books as available office space after its sale to developers to be turned into a hotel, apartments and parking. Its removal helps the marketability of other, vacant space downtown, the firm reports.

  • BancFirst Corp.'s profits are slightly higher in 2015

    From Staff Reports | Published: Fri, Jan 22, 2016

    BancFirst reported net income of $15.7 million for the last three months of 2015, about $100,000 higher than in the same period of 2014. Profits for all of 2015 totaled $66.2 million, or $4.17 per share, compared to $63.9 million, or $4.04 per share, in 2014.

  • Devon Energy plans layoffs

    By Adam Wilmoth Energy Editor awilmoth@oklahoman.com | Updated: Wed, Jan 20, 2016

    Devon Energy Corp. executives say they are planning layoffs over the next few months. The announcement was made Wednesday morning.

  • Eagle & Beagle for Sunday, Jan. 17, 2016

    Published: Sun, Jan 17, 2016

    Don Mecoy: Eagle & Beagle is a weekly look at Oklahoma companies' high-performing (eagle) and low-performing (beagle) stocks.

  • Chesapeake donates building to Teen Recovery Solutions

    By Brianna Bailey Business Writer bbailey@oklahoman.com  | Published: Thu, Jan 14, 2016

    Chesapeake Energy Corp. has given a 3,500-square-foot building to the Oklahoma City-based Teen Recovery Solutions. The nonprofit organization is the state's only drug and alcohol recovery high school and comprehensive aftercare for teens and families

  • Eagle & Beagle for Sunday, Jan. 10, 2016

    By Don Mecoy Business Editor dmecoy@oklahoman.com | Published: Sun, Jan 10, 2016

    Don Mecoy: Eagle & Beagle is a weekly look at Oklahoma companies' high-performing (eagle) and low-performing (beagle) stocks.

  • Oklahoma business briefs for Jan. 9

    Published: Sat, Jan 9, 2016

    Oklahoma business briefs for Jan. 9, 2016

  • Oklahoma's energy industry continues to suffer, according to Fed survey

    By Paul Monies Business Writer pmonies@oklahoman.com | Published: Sat, Jan 9, 2016

    Latest survey results gathered by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City shows energy companies in Oklahoma and elsewhere in the regions continue to feel ill effects from low oil and natural gas prices. Representatives from oil and gas companies that participated in the survey predict they will remain pressured during the coming year, bank officials said.

  • Oklahoma business briefs for Jan. 8

    Published: Fri, Jan 8, 2016

    Oklahoma business briefs for Jan. 8, 2016

  • SandRidge shares tumble in first day of over-the-counter trading

    By Adam Wilmoth Energy Editor awilmoth@oklahoman.com | Published: Thu, Jan 7, 2016

    SandRidge Energy Inc. stock tumbled to less than 3 cents a share Thursday on heavy trading volume in its first day after being removed from the New York Stock Exchange.

  • OKLAHOMA BRIEFS for Jan. 7

    From Staff Reports | Published: Thu, Jan 7, 2016

    FAA Credit Union plans rebates; Valair sees 400% growth in projects.

  • Q&A with Eric James

    BY PAULA BURKES | Published: Wed, Jan 6, 2016

    Even in a struggling state economy, Anheuser-Busch Sales of Oklahoma has been able to maintain jobs and continue to grow in the beer industry, the company say. Its employees have hosted and volunteered at the Oklahoma River for river clean up events and raised more than $30,000 for the United Way.

  • Sonic reports its profits went up 33 percent in the last quarter

    By Brianna Bailey Business Writer bbailey@oklahoman.com  | Published: Wed, Jan 6, 2016

    Sonic Corp. profits grew 33 percent last quarter over the same period last year, the Oklahoma City-based company reported Tuesday.

  • BOK agrees to buy Texas-based financial investment adviser

    Published: Wed, Jan 6, 2016

    BOK Financial Corp. has agreed to buy Weaver Wealth Management, an investment adviser based and registered in Texas. The deal will include hiring Weaver's Wealth Management team and moving its clients to The Milestone Group, which is a subsidiary of BOK Financial.

  • Oklahoma briefs for Jan. 5, 2016

    From Staff Reports | Published: Mon, Jan 4, 2016

    Oklahoma briefs for Jan. 5, 2016

  • New Year's resolutions could help entrepreneurship grow in Oklahoma, says Scott Meacham, president and CEO of i2E Inc.

    Published: Mon, Jan 4, 2016

    Scott Meacham, president and CEO of i2E Inc, says we all need to remember that innovation and entrepreneurship matter.

  • Business of Health: Outlook for Oklahoma City's bioscience sector remains strong in 2016

    By Stephen Prescott, M.D. For The Oklahoman | Published: Mon, Jan 4, 2016

    Dr. Stephen Prescott: For 2016, there are five bioscience success stories that should just keep getting better.




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