CAP to Sponsor Community Expo for NeighborWorks Week
TULSA, Okla. – The Community Expo will include food and refreshments, plus children’s entertainment featuring carnival activities, face painting and a Jupiter Jump.
It Pays to Know—And Understand—the Score
Credit scores are mathematical summaries; the information that counts is buried deeper.
Removing Common Files in E-Discovery Processing: De-NISTing Explained
Reducing the number of documents to review during an e-discovery project is a high priority for both attorneys and their clients. One commonly used technique is to remove files from a document set that are known to belong to certain software
programs. This process is called “Known File Filtering” and is often referred to as
“de-NISTing” since it uses a list of file hashes created by the National Institute of
Standards and Technology ().
Progress Continues on Hard Rock Expansion
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa officials hosted a sneak preview of the new entertainment venue and unveiled the name and logo on May 4. David Stewart, of Cherokee Nation Entertainment, hosted the tour, which unveiled “The Joint Tulsa” name for the $20 million, 45,000-square-foot event center which will focus on musical performances and a variety of events such as boxing, mixed martial arts tournaments, comedy shows, and lecture series, according to Stewart.
This Father’s Day, Teach an Old Dad a New Twist
Who says you can’t teach an old dad new twists? All across the nation this Father’s Day weekend, people are telling their fathers, grandfathers, and other special men in their lives about a new “twist” in the law that may help them qualify for extra help paying for costs associated with their prescription drugs.
Tulsa Chamber celebrates Quality Events success, continues fight for tax incentives
TULSA, Okla. – The Tulsa Metro Chamber was thrilled to learn tonight of the passage of the Quality Events Act, a OneVoice top priority, which will be critical in helping the Tulsa Convention and Visitors Bureau continues its work in attracting and retaining national meetings, conventions and sporting events to the region. Through the incentives this bill creates, the Tulsa can make an even larger return on the minimal investment used to attract nationally prominent events whose byproduct of additional sales tax revenue can fund critical public programs and projects.
Pew Report: Recession Brings Another Round of Higher Taxes and New Fees to Big Cities
The latest review of municipal budgets in 13 major cities by The Pew Charitable Trusts’ Philadelphia Research Initiative finds that almost all of the cities are dealing with another year of budget shortfalls, albeit slightly smaller than last year, and four of them intend to raise major taxes or impose broad new fees for fiscal 2011. The review examines Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Columbus (Ohio), Detroit, Kansas City (Missouri), Los Angeles, New York, Phoenix, Pittsburgh and Seattle, in addition to Philadelphia.
Record Retention Essential for Small Businesses
As America celebrates National Small Business Week, May 23-29, the Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants reminds small business owners good record retention is not only required by law, it is also a key to efficiently running a business.
Hundreds of Census Jobs Available
Kansas City — The U.S. Census Bureau has hundreds of Census temporary jobs performing door-to-door follow-up in Garfield, Kingfisher, Osage, Pawnee, Payne, Tulsa, Creek, Seminole, Pottawatomie, Okmulgee and Okfuskee Counties in Oklahoma.
7-Eleven® And Zynga® Offer Exclusive FarmVille, Mafia Wars and YoVille Products In-Store And Virtual Gifts In-Game
Summer Campaign Marks 7-Eleven’s Broadest Product Promotion in History and Zynga’s First Retail Partnership. Nearly 7,000 7-Eleven Stores to Promote Campaign.
Announcing a New Way to Build Credit: Smart Credit Launches Jean Chatzky Score Builder App
The new application allows consumers to build credit in just 120 days and improve their credit score.
Donations for Tornado Victims Could Harbor Tax Deductions
If your spring cleaning revealed unused items, giving to fellow Oklahomans could warm your heart — and pad your wallet.
TTCU Ceo, Les Rector Given Lifetime Achievement Award
TULSA, Okla. – is proud to announce that our President and , Mr. Leslie W. Rector, has been awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Credit Union Association of Oklahoma’s (CUAOK) annual meeting. The CUAOK established the award in order to recognize excellence in credit union philosophy and contributions to the Oklahoma credit union movement.
Tulsa Advertising Agencies Shine in Regional ADDYs
Several Tulsa advertising agencies, production companies and photographers and were honored April 16 at the American Advertising Federation’s 10th District Awards in Amarillo, Texas. The district represents 28 local professional clubs throughout Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas and Louisiana.
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