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A new report by Standard & Poor’s, a national financial research firm, predicts that Oklahoma will be one of four states to lead the nation
Recently, Kiplinger released a list of the 10 most affordable big cities (with populations above 250,000) in the U.S. Two Oklahoma cities – Tulsa and
Burns Hargis is President of Oklahoma State University (OSU). OSU has more than 35,000 students across its five-campus system, with students from all 50 states
An excerpt from the Tulsa World article “How Can You Get a High-Paying, High-Skilled Job in Oklahoma?” by Kyle Arnold The newest building on the Oklahoma
An excerpt from the Site Selection Magazine article “Sooner Rather Than Later: Hard work is paying off in Oklahoma” When civic and business leaders in
An excerpt from an article posted by the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber Oklahoma has been able to improve road and bridge conditions and boost highway
Oklahoma economists are forecasting a boom in manufacturing, and OSU Institute of Technology is responding to the state’s increased workforce demand. Beginning this fall semester,
An excerpt from “State governments can help U.S. speed up drone use,” published by Reuters, July 13, 2014. U.S. state governments should help break a
GE recently broke ground on its new GE Global Research Center in Oklahoma City, a hub for global oil and gas innovation. Scheduled to open
We were honored to be chosen as the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofit's Community Partner of the Year. The award, given out at the end of each fiscal year, recognizes the organization that has the greatest impact on OKCNP.Read More
"Oklahoma has hit the “on” switch to attract a new generation of electric automotive companies and plants." Read Jennifer Springer's interview with Auto Industries to find out more.Read More
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