By Brianna Bailey, Business Writer | Updated: Sat, Mar 22, 2014
If minimum wage were to rise to $10.10 an hour 38 percent of companies that pay workers minimum wage say they would be forced to lay off some employees, according to a survey by Oklahoma City-based staffing firm Express Employment Professionals.
By Brianna Bailey, Business Writer | Updated: Thu, Mar 20, 2014
From a gadget that can generate enough electricity to charge a cellphone by boiling a pot of water, to emergency radios and first-aid kits, a new disaster preparedness store aims to help Oklahomans get ready for the zombie apocalypse — or perhaps just the next tornado warning.
BY BRIANNA BAILEY, Business Writer | Published: Wed, Mar 19, 2014
The Oklahoma City developer tasked with building a new $750 million tourist destination on Lake Texoma has moved to counter sue the Commissioners of the Land Office over lack of progress on the project.
By Paula Burkes, Business Writer | Updated: Sun, Mar 16, 2014
Executive Q&A: After 15 years in education, Jan Barrick started Alpha Plus Educational Systems, which provides Oklahoma schools with the practice tests, materials and training they need, so their teachers can teach students to master the subject areas on which they’ll be tested.