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Articles from July 22, 2016

Around Town: Lots Goin' on around Town
The 21st annual Bricktown Reggaefest will bring a tropical dose of vibes to Oklahoma's central entertainment district July 29-30 at the corner of Reno and Oklahoma avenues in Bricktown.The free, all-ages, outdoor music festival will feature two days of...
Capital Perspectives: Sovereign Bond Yields and Greater Fools
In mid-2016 many long-term bonds (+10 years) issued by developed market countries yield less than 1 percent, and several such as Germany, Japan and Switzerland are well into negative territory. Of course, the U.S. is a standout here with the very high...
Capital Perspectives: Structurally Low Interest Rates and Implications
Coming into January 2014, the overwhelming market consensus was that interest rates were headed higher. As measured by the 10-year U.S. Treasury rate, they essentially went nowhere but down instead, starting the year at 3.03 percent and finishing at...
Capital Perspectives: Who Is Mr. Everything and Why Should We Pay Attention to Him?
Some remarkable things have happened in Saudi Arabia in just over a year's time. Situated in the middle of a notoriously volatile geography, Saudi Arabia's political leadership and policymaking have been remarkably consistent over decades as various...
Cattlemen Look into Rights regarding Solar, Wind Power
OKLAHOMA CITY - Agricultural land owners should be able to benefit from wind and solar energy generation in the same manner they do with mineral rights, Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association officials said.President Charlie Swanson said the organization's...
Empty Promise: Chisholm Center Owners See Opportunity in Bankruptcies
YUKON - American Asset Management Services President Jonathan Hattis is having to deal with another tenant declaring bankruptcy at the Chisholm Shopping Center.Tenant Hastings Entertainment is closing its 120 stores nationwide, leaving a 25,500-square-foot...
Grad Student Finds Savings from Low-Impact Water Measures
NORMAN - Specially designed gardens are saving money and cutting down on water pollution in one Norman neighborhood, a student's research shows.University of Oklahoma environmental science master's graduate Brandon Holzbauer-Schweitzer put a price on...
High-Flying Demand: Tinker AFB Lieutenant General Seeks More STEM Grads
OKLAHOMA CITY - Lt. Gen. Lee Levy II oversees the upgrades and maintenance of half-century-old aircraft. But he said he's searching for employees who can manipulate ones and zeros.There aren't enough computer scientists to meet workforce needs at Tinker...
Lawton Sees Payoff from Economic Development Corporation
LAWTON - Several years ago the Lawton Fort Sill Chamber of Commerce started talking about how it could improve economic development efforts.The discussions resulted in restructuring the Lawton Industrial Foundation, the chamber's economic development...
Ncite Partners Focuses on Recruiting Best Matches for Companies
OKLAHOMA CITY (JR) - Ncite Partners, a new client at Moore Norman Technology Center's Business Development Center, is focused on matching businesses with job seekers in specific industries nationwide.Managing Partners Michael Cam and Corey Walker founded...
OSU Offers Brewing Microbiology Online Course
STILLWATER - Oklahoma State University is offering an interactive online learning course this fall to explain microbiology through the practical application of microbrewing.The course, brewing microbiology, is open to OSU students for credit and is available...
Solid Plans: Young Brothers Plans to Expand, Add Marble Display
OKLAHOMA CITY - Young Brothers Inc. marble and tile company has been in west downtown since 1969. But a couple of years ago, it considered moving.Vice President Drew Curtis said a developer offered to buy their property at the corner of N. Classen Boulevard...
State Collects More Tax Money from Restaurants
OKLAHOMA CITY - McNellie's Group Vice President of Operations Jim O'Connor is moving forward with plans to open his third Yokozuna sushi restaurant.The group has 15 restaurants, including McNellie's Pub and Dust Bowl in Oklahoma City and Tulsa. O'Connor...
Thunder Games Return to Sports Animal in Tulsa
OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma City Thunder radio game broadcasts will return to KYAL-FM, 97.1 FM, The Sports Animal in Tulsa for the 2016- 17 NBA season, the Thunder and Stephens Family LP of Tulsa announced."We are thrilled to return to the Sports Animal...
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