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Articles from February 20, 2013

Commentary: Commercial Real Estate Goes Mobile
Mobile marketing may the wave of the future for the commercial real estate industry. According to a report released this past week by Real Estate Marketing Insider, the industry is rapidly turning to mobile marketing as inMotion Real Estate said commercial...
Commentary: Prosperity Policy: Education First
Last week, the president pro tem and appropriations chairman of the state Senate received an open letter calling for education to receive a substantial funding boost of $75 million to $100 million in next year's budget. Letter writers said that while...
It's a Living: Jonathan Fowler, VP of Operations for Fowler Holding Group in Norman
Jonathan Fowler admitted that his new job is hard to describe.In January, he took on the title of vice president of operations for Fowler Holding Co., a corporate office promotion from his position as general manager of Fowler Volkswagen, which he started and...
Officials: Transportation Improvements in OKC Conducive to Development
The continued development of Oklahoma City and its surrounding cities could be linked to the improvement of the city's public transportation system, which is being studied by three different entities.The bus system is being studied by Nelson Nygaard,...
OKC-Based Chesapeake Board: No Misconduct by McClendon
Chesapeake Energy's directors found no intentional misconduct in their review of CEO Aubrey McClendon, the company announced in a press release Wednesday. Burns Hargis is the chairman of the audit committee, which began the review in April amid controversy...
OKC-Based Devon Energy Reports 4Q Loss
Devon Energy Corp. reported on Wednesday a net loss for the fourth quarter, due in part to low commodity prices.Though the company reported higher production, a lack of pipeline and refinery infrastructure depressed prices for some petroleum products.Fadel...
OKC Events: February 20, 2013
To celebrate the reopening of the Robert J. LaFortune WildLIFE Trek on March 16, the Tulsa Zoo is inviting guests to take a trek on the wild side. The complex's former name was the Robert J. LaFortune North American Living Museum.The four-building complex...
Okla., Ark. Make Pact for Illinois River Study
The Illinois River, which originates in northwest Arkansas, winds through about 100 miles of eastern Oklahoma before emptying into Lake Tenkiller near Tahlequah. For years, it has been the focus of concerns over phosphorus pollution and the object of...
Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs Bills Clear Senate Committee
Two bills, one designed to give Republican Gov. Mary Fallin more direct authority with the Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs and the second to change the operating structure of the ODVA, cleared a Senate committee on Wednesday.Both bills were authored...
San Diego Firm to Acquire Stake in Tulsa's Union Pines Office Building
Breakwater Equity Partners expects to acquire about a third of Tulsa's Union Pines office building under a restructuring of its tenant-in-common ownership.The San Diego-based real estate investment firm hopes to complete this deal in July, Breakwater...
St. John Health System Affiliate Sues Edmond Developers
An affiliate of Tulsa's St. John Health System filed a breach-of- contract lawsuit against two Edmond developers involved in its Broken Arrow expansion.In a lawsuit filed Friday, Utica Services, an arm of the St. John Medical Center, asks Tulsa County...
Texas Water District Files Brief with U.S. Supreme Court
Oklahoma has enacted discriminatory state laws that have prevented the state of Texas from obtaining its share of water under the Red River Compact, attorneys for the Tarrant Regional Water District claimed in a new brief filed Tuesday with the U.S....
Tulsa-Based Williams Reports Profits, Lowers Earnings Guidance
Williams Cos. lowered its earnings guidance due to sharply lower ethane and propane prices, but the company was upbeat due to the significant demand for energy infrastructure to connect North America's prolific shale plays to growing markets.Meanwhile,...
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