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Real Estate - 05.03.2011


Commercial brokers weigh pros and cons of using technology to do business in the 21st century

Armed only with his iPhone, Andy Burnett finalized negotiations on a $132 million apartment portfolio sale in 2008 while traveling in Europe. Read more
Innovation - 10.26.2011

IT’s where it is

IT hiring is strong in the metro, but salary ranges remain below national average

Good news for techie job seekers: This year is showing an increase in job opportunities for IT positions not only nationally, but in Oklahoma. Read more
Technology - 01.25.2012

Results confirm smart technology helps reduce peak energy use

More than 90 percent of OG&E customers realized savings

Oklahoma Gas and Electric today announced promising results from approximately 6,000 residential customers who participated in the final year of its two-year demand response study. Read more
Technology - 03.28.2012

Heads in the cloud

Small firm leverages technology for self, clients

As facilities engineer for XTO Energy, Richard Culmer needed a company that could keep production on track and be easy on the budget. He found both in Oklahoma City firm Flogistix. Read more
Human Resources - 04.04.2012

Google adding to Oklahoma facility

Google is expanding its presence in Oklahoma. Read more
Technology - 04.25.2012

EDGE seeks applicants for 2012 class

Do you have a great idea for a science and technology project but your wallet is too thin to move forward? The Economic Development Generating Excellence policy board just might be able to help. Read more
Technology - 06.19.2012

American Fidelity, Chesapeake make Computerworld list

Two Oklahoma City-based companies were named on Computerworld’s annual list of 100 Best Places to Work in Information Technology for 2012. Chesapeake Energy Corp. made the list at No. 9, and American Fidelity Assurance Company came in at No. 27. Read more
Technology - 06.29.2012

Practical employment

As demand grows for virtual assistants, local business owners begin to catch on

Best-selling books such as Timothy Ferriss’ The 4-Hour Workweek tout hiring a virtual assistant as a necessity for the modern professional. He and other proponents of “lifestyle design” say by outsourcing as much of your life as you can, you can work less, earn more and live a more fulfilled life, instead of devoting it to tasks more efficiently performed by others. Read more