Skyscraper, energy companies top list of Oklahoma City business news in 2012
Oklahoma City’s new Devon Energy Center, questions for Chesapeake CEO Aubrey McClendon and crafts retailer Hobby Lobby’s fight against health insurance mandates were among the top business stories this year.
An outspoken energy company CEO facing questions over his personal finances, a retail family committed to its faith and a self-made billionaire reaping the rewards from an oil-field gamble in North Dakota all made headlines in Oklahoma business this year.
But the biggest news came from the opening of a 50-story skyscraper in downtown Oklahoma City. The 70-year-old man behind the Devon Energy Center, Larry Nichols, capped his big year by...
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