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Oklahoma business briefs for March 28.
Published: March 28, 2013


Company sets unit prices

Access Midstream Partners LP has priced its underwritten public offering of 9 million common units at $39.86 each, the partnership announced Wednesday. Underwriters have the option to buy an additional 1.35 million units representing limited partner interests. The offering is meant to help Access repay outstanding debt under its revolving credit facility.

Graduate school joins programs

— Oklahoma State University's business graduate programs will be housed in the newly established Watson Graduate School of Management in the Spears School of Business. The Watson Graduate School of Management will house interdisciplinary programs such as the Master of Business Administration (MBA) and the Ph.D. in Business for Executives. Larry Crosby, dean of the Spears School, said the graduate school “provides an opportunity to position and promote the name, concept and programs nationally and internationally while raising the Spears School's and Oklahoma State University's global reputation.” The school is named for Chuck and Kim Watson, longtime supporters who made the addition possible through a gift of cash, pledges and an estate commitment. The gift will establish the creation of the school while also assisting in the construction of a new business building.

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