2010 Census to Hire 5,000 Workers in Oklahoma

Oklahoma City—With National Census Day less than two months away, U.S. Census Bureau officials are stepping up their efforts to recruit local residents as official census takers to work on the 2010 Census.They will hire approximately 5,000 temporary workers in the State of Oklahoma.The pay for these positions ranges from $10 per hour to $14.25 per hour for census takers depending upon location. 

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President Obama Outlines Latest in a Series of New Small Business Proposals

Successful programs expanded to increase working capital, help businesses refinance

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New Twitter Marketing Service Helps Customers Make Serious Money

Tweet! Tweet! That’s the sound of your bank account getting fatter thanks to a new Twitter marketing service designed to make promoting your business on twitter easier than you ever thought possible.

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SGS Prepares for the New Challenges in the Renewable Energy Sector

To answer new challenges and support the development in the Renewable Energy Sector, appointed a new Global Renewable Energy Competence Centre Manager and welcomes new colleagues in the Technical Office Wind Energy.

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Oddcast Technology Used to Create “BabyMail” App for E*TRADE FINANCIAL

Enables Participants to Create and Publish Talking E*TRADE Babies or Make Their Own Favorite Baby Talk

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City of Tulsa Reports Monthly Sales Tax, Use Tax Collections from Mid-December to Mid-January

The preliminary report from the Oklahoma Tax Commission regarding sales tax collections for the City of Tulsa have now declined 11 consecutive months including the last eight months of declines avergaging 11 percent.

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Oklahoma Firms Should Look to China for Business

By J. Markham Collins

If you get a chance to be an honored guest in China, take it. A few weeks ago, it was my privilege to serve as keynote speaker at an international forum at China Petroleum University-Beijing. No host could have been more gracious and no audience more respectful.

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Tulsa city officials Feel Impact of Budget Woes

Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett has agreed to take an 8.5 percent personal salary reduction as Chief of Staff Terry Simonson has agreed to a 5 percent personal salary reduction as well.

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The Tax Advantages of Home Ownership

TULSA, Okla. – – If you don’t own your own home yet, there are some significant tax advantages that can make the prospect more affordable. As a result of the uncertain economy, the federal government has also recently extended a popular tax credit through June of this year and broadened the number of people who qualify. The Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants offers more details.

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Obama Administration Announces New $30 Billion Small Business Lending Fund

WASSHINGTON –  Today, the President called on Congress to create a new Small Business Lending Fund.  Under this proposal, $30 billion in TARP funds would be transferred, through legislation, to a new program outside 

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President Obama to Outline New Small Business Lending Fund

New program will transfer funds to increase lending to small businesses

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Gas Prices Down in Tulsa

Tulsa, OK, February 1- Average retail gasoline prices in Tulsa have fallen 3.9 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.41/g today. This compares with the national average that has fallen 2.1 cents per gallon in the last week to $2.67/g, according to gasoline price website TulsaGasPrices.com.

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