THE JOURNAL RECORD

Resource for Oklahoma that specializes in business, legislative, and legal-related information sources. It gives daily updates and opinion on real estate, energy, finance, capitol, and law.

Articles from December 11, 2009

Chicago-Based General Growth Files Restructuring Agreement
The Chicago company that owns Quail Springs Mall, Sooner Fashion Mall in Norman and Washington Park Mall in Bartlesville filed a restructuring agreement in federal bankruptcy court this week that would repay the loans on many of its properties and remove...
Commentary: Lot Lines: 2010 Retail Forecast
This year proved to be a tough one for Oklahoma City's retail market as the year was largely characterized by rising vacancy and lowering rental rates; however, over the past couple of months, the market has seen some early signs of recovery. Furthermore,...
Judge Henry Selected as Next Oklahoma City University President
Robert H. Henry was selected Thursday as the 17th president and CEO of Oklahoma City University.He will replace Tom J. McDaniel, who will retire as president in July and become chancellor of the private Methodist-affiliated university with 3,700 undergraduate...
OKC Events: December 11, 2009
Don't let stress get you down as you plan your Christmas and get involved in all the shopping and gift wrapping. Nothing soothes stress like music does, especially Christmas music. And the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority has lots of it on the...
Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology Approves Funding for Six Projects
The Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology's governing board has approved six research and development faculty and student intern partnerships totaling $295,752 for two years. The program pays half of student salaries for internships...
Oklahoma Hit with Cuts to SoonerCare
Cuts to the state's SoonerCare health insurance were made official Thursday, but the program may face further reductions before the fiscal year ends.Members of the Oklahoma Health Care Authority voted to approve cuts that will affect SoonerCare members...
Oklahoma Ranks 2nd in Indian Gaming
Oklahoma's growing Indian gaming revenues have bumped the state up to second in the country behind California, according to the annual Indian Gaming Industry Report released Thursday."I could sort of see that coming," said Alan Meister, an economist...
'Rebuilding from Scratch': Tulsa Airports Trust Completes $129M Bond Issue
The Tulsa Airports Improvement Trust completed a $129-million bond issue Thursday that effectively reorganized its existing debt while providing $30 million for needed construction."This is such a complex deal," said Carl Remus, deputy airports director/finance...
Report: Oklahoma's' Finances to Stay Rocky for Time Being
While some economists say Oklahoma could begin to recover from the recession as early as next spring, a new report from the National Conference of State Legislators says many states' budgets will remain rocky for a long time.State finances, the NCSL...
Restaurants Join Tulsa Hills Shopping Center Mix
Four new restaurants will join the Tulsa Hills Shopping Center mix over the next year."Man, that's huge," Tulsa retail analyst Bob Parker said of the traffic generator they could provide. "Huge."Food outlets provide attractive lures for keeping shoppers...
These Walls: Beacon Building in Tulsa
It's easy to embrace some proclaimed landmarks. From day one, Tulsans stood in awe of the Philtower's gothic stone and the art deco splendor of Boston Avenue Methodist Church. They praised the sweeping curves of the shiny BOK Center, and still wonder...
Two Health Centers in Oklahoma Get $14.7M in Federal Grants
Two community health centers in Oklahoma have been selected to receive federal grants totaling $14.7 million for facility expansion projects.Variety Care of Oklahoma City received $11.9 million and Great Salt Plains Health Center in Cherokee received...
Search by... Author
Show... All Results Primary Sources Peer-reviewed

Oops!

An unknown error has occurred. Please click the button below to reload the page. If the problem persists, please try again in a little while.