Old-school toys dominate holiday lists
There are two requests Don Mahoney, otherwise known as Santa Claus, keeps getting day after day: Barbies and Legos.
Consumers' outlook improves after two-year low
American consumers became less pessimistic in November about the economic outlook as the effect of last month's partial government shutdown dissipated.
VIDEO: Hydrogen cars make big noise at L.A. auto show
Honda and Hyundai both introduced new hydrogen powered cars at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Hydrogen cars are competing with electric cars to be the most popular green vehicle.
REVIEW: Much to enjoy in VW's CC luxury sedan
The 2013 VW CC is not for everyone. The entry-level luxury sedan is perhaps too refined to fall into the Volkswagen stable. It might be more at home in an autobahn environment with flashing LED lights in the passing lane.
Tribe adds Sonic carhops, tots to its portfolio
The Wyandotte Nation has been diversifying its holdings, most recently with a Sonic Drive-In in this small city on the Kasnas-Missouri broder.
REVIEW: Chevrolet Traverse crossover has substantial feel, new equipment
If I'm buying a crossover vehicle with three rows of seats, there's one question at the top of my mind: Will I feel safe putting my family in this car?
Small Business Saturday kicks off Nov. 30
Mayor Charles Lamb plans to declare Nov. 30 as Small Business Saturday during the regular City Council meeting Monday.
Shopping local is a great way to support the Edmond community by reinvesting a resident’s money here. Sales tax revenue is the bedrock for funding city services, Lamb said.
“Small business is the cornerstone of our free enterprise system and since the birth of this country has represented opportunity, independence and the fulfillment of dreams for generations of Americans,” he said.
UCO sparks student interest in new energy economics degree
The University of Central Oklahoma students have a new option in preparing for a career in the state’s energy industry through the Bachelor of Business Administration in Energy Economics, offered through the university’s College of Business.
Avoid credit card crunch by thinking first
Whether they have set aside some funds or are planning to fly by the seat of their financial pants, plenty of Oklahomans will rely on credit cards to make the upcoming season bright for friends and family.
Horse industry impact study to be released
The Oklahoma Equine Alliance will be releasing a comprehensive study on the economic impact of the horse industry in the State of Oklahoma at 2 p.m. today. This study that was completed in 2013 and commissioned by members of the Oklahoma Equine Alliance will highlight how Oklahoma has benefited from the growth and expansion of the horse industry in the state.
Oklahoma is well-known for its top caliber horses as well as its top tier facilities. Oklahoma is known as the “horse show capital” of the world, is home to more than a thousand rodeo events and hosts the top race meets for Quarter Horses in the United States. This 2013 study provides economic impact data, job creation numbers and total tax revenue increases from the horse industry as compared to the previous study completed in 2005.
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