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The National Institutes of Health has selected the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation to lead a nationwide public-private partnership aimed at developing more effective treatments for
The Kroger Co., America’s largest grocery retailer, announced it will offer more Americans delivery through the addition of a spoke facility in Oklahoma City powered
Oklahoma’s thriving film and television industry continues to be recognized among the top destinations for production in North America with MovieMaker Magazine ranking both Oklahoma
Arizona-based Consumer Cellular, a wireless carrier, announced plans to open a customer service center in Oklahoma City. The center will employ approximately 300 people almost
Signify Health, Inc., a leading healthcare platform that leverages advanced analytics, technology and nationwide healthcare networks to create and power value-based payment programs, today announced
Carvana, the fastest-growing auto retailer in the U.S., announced plans to open an Inspection and Reconditioning Center (IRC) in Oklahoma City, helping the company address
From the Journal Record Some $1.9 million in congressional funding for the Center for Biomedical Data Sciences has been announced by the office of U.S.
Article by Steve Lackmeyer for the Oklahoman EightTwenty is less than a year old, but the new solar energy company’s owners are ambitiously plotting to take on
Oklahoma State University (OSU) president Kayse Shrum and university leaders came together at OSU DISCOVERY in Oklahoma City’s Innovation District to announce a major new
Article from VeloCity Plans were recently announced to facilitate the ability of Tinker Air Force Base to enhance security and safety, while also creating an
Article by Steve Lackmeyer for The Oklahoman A start-up pharmaceutical manufacturer with a reported potential to employ thousands is set to anchor a $240 million mixed-use development being built
North Star Scientific (NSS), a Hawaii-based company, announced plans to add 50 employees to its Oklahoma City operation. The additional jobs allow the company to
Rose State College and Tulsa Community College are entering into a collaboration with Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology (OSUIT) on behalf of the Aerospace
Article by Richard Mize for The Oklahoman Aviation, aerospace, bioscience and energy research and development are planned for a mixed-use project “focused on collaborative innovation”
Oklahoma ranks #1 for most electric vehicle friendly state in the U.S. With an electricity rate 22% lower than the national average and just a 24-hour drive to all OEM facilities in the nation, it’s clear why Oklahoma’s automotive industry is on the rise. . https://t.co/TSMfrrG2KPRead More
In Q1 of 2022, a total of 28 companies announced moves to or expansions in Oklahoma, with a potential investment of $501.7 million. Ten of the 28 companies are new to the state, bringing at least 1,842 new jobs with them. . https://t.co/HDAj3mjZvORead More
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