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Articles from December 6, 2004

29 Oklahoma Businesses Receive Healthy Business Program Awards
Twenty-nine state business have been selected to receive Oklahoma Certified Healthy Business Program awards for 2004.The awards were announced at the seventh annual Oklahoma Turning Point Council Forum.Six awards of excellence were included in the 2004...
American Lifestyle Drives Profits for British Firm Expanding in OKC
American lifestyles are driving up profits for a British company that's growing in Oklahoma City.Smith and Nephew, which manufactures endoscopy equipment here, showed a 19 percent jump in third quarter profits.Most of that was attributable to the company's...
Commentary: Capitol Business: Coordination of Efforts Essential
Getting in the way of each other may be the biggest obstacle to success workers compensation reform proponents will face in the next legislative session.Frustrated by past failed efforts to get workers compensation reform through the Legislature, it...
Commentary: Letters to the Editor
Hillary wannabe?To the editor:It was disappointing enough that Oklahoma's governor publicly supported John Francois Kerry for president. But now the governor, who is apparently quite the Francophile, is starting to sound like Hillary Clinton.In her 1996...
Greater Oklahoma City Chamber Sees Surge in Business Relocation and Expansion in 2004
The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber helped twice as many businesses relocate or expand in the area during the first 10 months of 2004, compared with all of 2003. The credit for the huge increase can be attributed to both the chamber's marketing efforts...
Growing Okla. City-Based Firms Carve Profitable Niche in Tech Support
They are the people whose intellectual bent so frequently was ridiculed. They are the ones whose academic pursuits were laughable.And they are the ones we in the information age need so much.They are computer specialists, commonly referred to as geeks...
New Legislation Would Make Job of Okla.'s Insurance Commissioner an Appointed Post
The office of state insurance commissioner, recently embroiled in controversy, would become a gubernatorial appointment under new proposed legislation.Senate Joint Resolution 2, by Sen. Mary Easley, D-Tulsa, would allow the governor to appoint the insurance...
Norman Artist Makes Breakthrough in New York City
Mitch Miller of Norman had survived an avalanche in Colorado and a year of seeing horrible events in Nepal and Tibet before arriving in New York late in 2000 as a young artist with $2,000 in his pocket and dreams of making it big. If he could make it...
OKC Events: December 6, 2004
How about celebrating the new year with music, dancing, theater and fireworks? You can do just that if you come downtown Dec. 31 and join the family fun of Opening Night. Presented by the Arts Council of Oklahoma City, the festive evening will begin...
Oklahoma Regulators Begin Telecom Market Study
Oklahoma's telecommunications companies are awaiting the findings of a study process begun by the Oklahoma Corporation Commission on Friday to determine if the state's telecommunications market has enough competition to allow for deregulation of SBC,...
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