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Articles from February 27, 2012

Commentary: What Happened to Grubb & Ellis?
The big news in commercial real estate circles last week was without question Grubb & Ellis' filing for bankruptcy. After having been one of the dominant forces in the industry for several decades, it was surprising for many in the industry to see the...
Confidence Boosts Stocks
After a day off for Presidents Day, investors kick-started the Dow industrials above 13,000 and flirted with that level for the rest of the week, without topping it. As the trading session ended Friday, Wall Street forgot about Greek debt and moved ahead...
Conspiracy Charge Dropped in Former Okla. Senate President Pro Tempore Morgan Trial
Another count was dropped Monday in the ongoing federal trial of former Senate President Pro Tempore Mike Morgan, a charge of conspiracy relating to legislation prosecutors contend Morgan pushed to aid Tenaska Inc. in its 2005 effort to build a power...
Criminal Justice Bill in Okla. Clears Committee
A legislative proposal that would cost about $6 million to implement next year and would rewrite the way Oklahoma incarcerates and adjudicates nonviolent prisoners cleared a key legislative committee Monday afternoon.Members of the House Appropriations...
Innovators: Stillwater-Based Associate Material Processing
Associate Material Processing LLP is developing technology that solves one of the major drawbacks associated with the manufacturing of computers, smartphone devices and many other semiconductor- reliant items, Chief Executive Steve Wood said.The process...
OKC Events: February 27, 2012
Oklahoma Project Woman will benefit from proceeds of Tatas & Tinis Thursday at the Campbell Hotel in Tulsa. The cocktail-themed party, sponsored by the Peggy V. Helmerich Women's Health Center at Hillcrest in Tulsa, will help provide free mammograms...
OKC, Groups Coming Together for I-240 Retail Corridor
Retail through the southern side of Oklahoma City along Interstate 240 is getting a closer look by city leaders.Oklahoma City Hall and the local chapter of the Urban Land Institute have formed a partnership with the South Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce...
Partnership Conference in Tulsa Speaker Stresses Value of Airport Marketing
Ed Young's message of "air-vangelism" pushed the gospel of marketing to airport directors and operators at the Partnership Conference on Monday.Young never made it to the lectern, but marched back and forth in front of and among the tables of the audience....
Personhood Measures' Opponents in Okla. Give Fallin Petition
Calling a legislative proposal to confer personhood upon a fertilized egg extreme, the group Oklahomans Against the Personhood Act presented a petition with more than 7,000 names to Republican Gov. Mary Fallin and legislative leaders Monday.Organizers...
Taking Summit Higher: Okla. Bank Officials Anticipate Growth
With a solid fourth quarter filling its sails, Summit Bank enters its 10th year anticipating double-digit growth.Chief Lending Officer and Chief Operating Officer James L. "Gip" Gibson said the bank finished 2011 with a 20-percent rise in net income...
The Journal Record Business Briefs: February 27, 2012
Aon Affinity to buy Access PlansNORMAN - Aon Affinity has a definitive agreement to buy Norman-based Access Plans Inc., a marketing company specializing in membership benefit plans.Aon Affinity, based in Hatboro, Pa., is the consumer, association and...
The Journal Record Money Movers: February 27, 2012
Arvest promotes Janet WedmanOKLAHOMA CITY - Arvest Bank has promoted Janet Wedman to an Arvest asset management client adviser-trust specialist.She will provide investment guidance and estate and financial planning advice. Wedman has worked in the financial...
Tulsa-Based Summit Financial Group, Emerick Consulting Pair Up for Health Care Benefits Model
Summit Financial Group has signed a strategic alliance with national consultant Emerick Consulting to provide self-insured clients a new cost-saving approach to their health care benefits."We're on the verge of a new evolution of health management,"...
Tulsa Port of Catoosa Plots More Dock Space
The Tulsa Port of Catoosa is applying for a federal grant to demolish the Foreign Trade Zone building on its main dock and add another crane, port officials said Monday.Bob Portiss, port director, said the building, also known as the transit shed, currently...
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