Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

The Journal Record Business Briefs: June 25, 2012

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

The Journal Record Business Briefs: June 25, 2012

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Dollar Thrifty in agreement with Chrysler GroupTULSA - Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group has signed a multi-year vehicle supply agreement with Chrysler Group.The agreement will allow Dollar Thrifty to source a portion of its annual vehicle purchases through Chrysler Group's 2015 program year. Tulsa-based Dollar Thrifty also has a long-term vehicle supply agreement with Ford Motor Co. through program year 2013 and has historically sourced vehicles through other manufacturers, including General Motors, Nissan, Kia, Mitsubishi and Hyundai. For 2013, Dollar Thrifty has two new supplier relationships, adding Mazda and Volkswagen products to its fleet.Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group operates the Dollar Rent A Car and Thrifty Car Rental brands.Journal Broadcast completes purchaseTULSA - Journal Broadcast Group has completed the purchase of two Tulsa radio stations from Renda Broadcasting Corp.Journal Broadcast Group, a subsidiary of Milwaukee-based Journal Communications Inc., purchased 106.9 KHTT FM and 92.9 BOB FM.Journal Broadcast Group also owns 98.5 KVOO FM, 99.5 KXBL FM and 1170 KFAQ FM in Tulsa. Journal Communications owns and operates or provides programming and sales services to 35 radio stations and 14 television stations in 12 states. The company also publishes the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.State Chamber creates data websiteOKLAHOMA CITY - The State Chamber Research Foundation has created a website - OklahomaScorecard.com - as a clearinghouse of research on the Oklahoma economy.OklahomaScorecard will also be a publishing platform for articles about empirical research findings."Oklahoma weathered the national recession better than most of the rest of the country," said Fred Morgan, president and CEO of The State Chamber of Oklahoma. "But, until we do a better job advertising our success with quality research focused on the state of Oklahoma's economy, we will continue to miss opportunities as companies use national economic forecasts to determine whether they will invest in our state."The State Chamber Research Foundation intends to use this data to help create pro-business economic policy that The State Chamber can encourage lawmakers to consider and pass into law. …

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