Mary Beth Babcock owns Dwelling Spaces, a downtown Tulsa boutique that specializes in items made by Oklahomans. The store is just over three years old and has already expanded to a second location. Babcock is a retail genius with a penchant for quality boutique gifts. “I like to provide an eclectic group of gifts for people to choose from and the fact that it happens to be people from Oklahoma is a huge bonus,” says Babcock.
Standley Systems to showcase Samsung’s latest in office printing technology
Forbes recognized Central Bancompany as one of America’s top 10 best performing banks in a review of the nation’s 100 largest financial institutions. Central Bancompany, a Missouri-based bank holding company, ranked number eight. “We are pleased and honored to be recognized by Forbes as one of America’s top 10 banks,” says Bryan Cook, Central Bancompany . “We have held steadfast to our mission of ensuring we provide strong community bank management, while offering our customers leading edge financial products and superior service.”
Oil Lease Auction from Bankrupt Companies fast approaching on February 5th @ 10:00AM ~ 2,000+/- acres of Oklahoma land with active oil production
OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants announced a call for entries for a lesson plan competition for accounting and business educators at Oklahoma schools.
TULSA, Okla – PSA -Have you ever been hit by a hefty charge for accidentally withdrawing more money than is in your checking account? These fees can be quite high, so the Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants advises that you understand how they work and how to avoid them.
Friday, January 22, 2010 – Tulsa County Conservation District has funds available for cost-share assistance on certain practices benefiting soil and water conservation. The State of Oklahoma has provided limited funds to our conservation districts to help landowners implement measures that protect soil and water resources.
During the three-day Hilti event, leaders highlighted the past year’s accomplishments, outlined business plans for 2010, previewed new products and services, and celebrated the milestone company anniversaries of about 120 employees.
Matt Colwell has joined First State Investment Advisors as money manager. A 2009 business graduate from the University of Oklahoma, Colwell was a team leader at OU’s Center for the Creation of Economic Wealth, a program established by President David Boren to commercialize OU-owned intellectual property.
Lee’s Bicycles, one of Oklahoma’s oldest bicycle companies, is coming full circle.
Established in 1914, Lee’s sold and serviced bicycles at 2nd and Boulder until the mid-1950s. Several locations in Brookside have been home to Lee’s since leaving the downtown area. Now, in an exciting move, Adam Vanderburg, Lee’s present owner, is relocating the business to 2nd and Frankfurt.
Tulsa based law firm, Hall, Estill, Hardwick, Gable, Golden & Nelson, P.C., has been named a Go-To Law Firm by Media, a nationwide provider of specialized business news and information. The listing is compiled annually and published from a survey of the general counsel of the top 500 companies nationwide.
John “Jack” Zink loved to compete. Throughout his lifetime, he fulfilled that desire in business, on the racetrack and endurance course, on the water…even in politics.
Little Creek Hardwoods opened in the middle of November. Kevin Ishmael and his family are excited about the possibilities of reaching out to the community through their business.
People use debt to finance any number of purchases, and borrowing money for a worthwhile purchase is not always a bad idea. However, some buys are worth financing over time and others are not. The Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants explains how to make the right choice.