Oklahoma business briefs for Dec. 29, 2012
Oklahoma business briefs.
Panhandle Oil and Gas director retires
Panhandle Oil and Gas Inc. director Bruce M. Bell has retired from the company's board of directors, the Oklahoma City energy company said Friday. Bell would have been subject to the company's mandatory retirement age for its directors in March. “His contributions to the board and his service as chairman of and on several board committees during his tenure are deeply appreciated, and he will be missed,” said Michael C. Coffman, Panhandle's president and CEO.
Small-business training set
Enrollment is open for the Community Action Agency's five-week small business training course. The class will be 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays from Jan. 22 to Feb. 14 at Metro Technology Center's Springlake Campus. The $25 class is taught by community professionals who speak on topics including legal issues, financials, tax issues, marketing, advertising, e-commerce, business plan development and pursuing funding. For more information, call the economic development division of the Community Action Agency at 232-0199.
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