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Articles from October 20, 2008

Antique Stores in Jenks Split on Economic Climate
Brandee Vazquez became manager of Miss McGillicutty's Antiques one year ago. She said the store is venturing into a fresh concept to bring in more patrons: advertising."We have to promote the antique store," she said. "Next week we're doing a radio commercial....
Attorneys at Seminars in OKC, Tulsa Advise 401(k) Administrators to Act Prudently
When it comes to addressing issues such as the effect of the current financial roller coaster on workers' 401(k)s, some key advice from attorneys Richard Nix and Jim Prince is for plan administrators to act prudently, document what they do and "communicate,...
Candidates for Okla. Corp. Commission: Jim Roth, Dana Murphy: Experience Is What Counts
Jim Roth and Dana Murphy agree on just one point: experience counts. But when asked whose experience is more relevant to the job for which they are competing - corporation commissioner - the political opponents clearly have a difference of opinion. Murphy,...
Heightened Web Standards Lift Tulsa E-Security Firm
Meeting heightened e-merchant security demands could double the size of True Digital Security Inc. over the next year.Earlier this month the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council, which sets Web security standards for credit card operations,...
OKC Events: October 20, 2008
The annual Saints Ball, with the theme of "Incredible India," is scheduled Nov. 21 at the Skirvin Hilton Hotel, presented by the St. Anthony Foundation. The black-tie evening will begin with a patron party at 6:30 p.m. Cocktails and a silent auction...
Oklahoma Ag Producers Having No Issues Securing Operational Capital
Oklahoma agriculture producers shouldn't have any problems securing operational capital from rural lenders into next year, even as the nation's banks start tightening their lending policies, NBC Bank President Jeff Greenlee said recently."Agribusinesses...
These Walls: The Civic Center Music Hall in OKC
In 1937 Oklahoma City welcomed the Municipal Auditorium to its downtown.Built as a Works Progress Administration and Civilian Conservation Corps project, it was constructed for $1.2 million - more than $17 million in 2008 dollars - at 201 N. Walker Ave.The...
YWCA of OKC Works to Raise Employer Awareness of Domestic Abuse
Janet L. Peery has a plan to help Oklahoma businesses reduce expenses.The CEO of the YWCA of Oklahoma City wants to work with companies to reduce business costs associated with domestic violence committed against employees.Although statistics are not...