Oklahoma City

Boeing announces division move to Oklahoma City, breaks ground on new facility

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

NEWS RELEASE OKLAHOMA CITY, July 29, 2015 – Boeing today broke ground on a new 290,000 square-foot facility with space for approximately 800 employees. The new structure, the third in Boeing’s existing campus, will open in summer 2016 and house employees working in engineering, research and development laboratories, and some support staff.

The playing field levels as more businesses and young professionals return to OKC

Monday, July 27, 2015

By Ben Felder The Oklahoma Gazette For decades, America’s top-tier cities represented a handful of metropolitan regions that seemed to have a monopoly on innovation and culture. Cities like Oklahoma City, in the heart of “fly-over country,” lacked a seat at the table when it came to world-class entertainment and cutting-edge business.

Oklahoma Indian gaming conference one of state's largest

Friday, July 24, 2015

When more than 2,500 gaming industry professionals from around the world converge on the Cox Convention Center, 1 Myriad Gardens, next week, they'll be taking part the largest regional American Indian trade show in the country. Featured this week at the 21st annual Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association conference on Tuesday and Wednesday, July 28 and 29,will

Update on MAPS 3 projects

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

By Cathy O'Connor The Journal Record MAPS 3 is already helping Oklahoma City with attracting conferences, promoting public transit and assisting with the well-being of its citizens. While excitement grows for each new project, it is important to stop, take stock of our progress and provide an update on the continuing projects. Through MAPS 3, the city has

Recent economic data shows a strong OKC

Friday, July 17, 2015

Recently, Glassdoor named Oklahoma City as one of the cities in the U.S. that have recovered most from the recession -- ranking it 10th, to be exact. To determine the rankings, Glassdoor looked at how much the local unemployment rate has fallen (down 2.4 percent) since the end of the recession in 2009, as well as how much employment has grown (up 19

Connect with the Chamber through annual campaign

Thursday, July 16, 2015

The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber’s Total Resource Development Campaign (TRDC) ends July 29. Don’t miss this opportunity to market your company to local leaders through Chamber events, publications and websites. Connect with a volunteer or call 405.297.8808. To see information on all products click here. Below are just some of the many ways to

Don't forget to vote today

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

If you live in northwest Oklahoma City today, around the Lake Hefner area, don't forget to vote in the special primary election for House District 85 today. Polls are open until 7 p.m. The special general election will be held Sept. 8 to fill the seat of Republican State Rep. David Dank, R-Oklahoma, who died in April. Republicans running today are Ralph

Business of Health: Philadelphia story bears similarities to OKC's Innovation District

Monday, July 13, 2015

By Stephen Prescott, M.D. For The Oklahoman Published: July 12, 2015 Last month, I went to Philadelphia. And despite what W.C. Fields may have led folks to believe, it most definitely was not closed. By all appearances, the City of Brotherly Love is open for business — and hopping. Indeed, as Oklahoma City strives to transform the Oklahoma Health