On a scorching hot afternoon in May 1958, Burt Holmes bumped into an old classmate on the sidewalk in front of the Philtower in downtown Tulsa.
It is being eyed for QT's Remote Travel Center concept.
The company should hire off-duty police and re-evaluate store locations.
"Employees build careers at this convenience-store operator, which has unusually low staff turnover. More than 600 people have been at the company for more than 20 years," Fortune magazine said.
Former KRMG radio personality John Erling has conducted nearly 200 interviews with Oklahomans so their stories can be made available to others at voicesofoklahoma.com.
Gary Sparks, who designed early QuikTrip buildings, is repaying a debt that goes back 50 years.
Two recording artists whose careers spanned decades, the co-founder of Tulsa-based convenience store chain QuikTrip and two former NFL stars were among the year’s noteworthy deaths.
> I am not a big-time planner. One of the phrases that should not have been invented for young people is career path. They sit in college a…
Tulsa philanthropists will be honored as part of the National Philantrophy Day Conference on Friday.
He's the main man behind R Bar & Grill, Prairie Brewpub and Roosevelt's.
Chester Cadieux’s parents went to the same church that my mother attended back in the 1940s.
Way back when: Today in history
Energy Transfer Corp. filed a document with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday afternoon that discloses Williams Cos. operations in Tulsa and Oklahoma City will be “significantly reduced” if the proposed merger between Williams and Energy Transfer Equity is completed.
Early in a 2009 interview, Cadieux said he "stumbled into a growth industry," mentioning that when QuikTrip was founded there were only 3,000 convenience stores.
QuikTrip co-founder Chester Cadieux dies at 84
Chester Cadieux's legacy can be found in the company he built, the friends he made and the lives he touched.
Burt Holmes, the company's co-founder, shed light on the evolution of Chester Cadieux from the shy boy he was in junior high school to the "world-class" businessman he later became.
A five-time national country music disc jockey of the year, Billy Parker launched his DJ career here in 1959. His final show was taped Tuesday.
For the past 25 years, Junior Achievement of Oklahoma has honored individuals for their entrepreneurial spirit, their personal success and their efforts to improve their community with the Business Excellence Award.
Samuel A. Karney was born on October 5th, 1925. He married Mary Lou Karney on February 5th, 1949 in Muskogee. They were married for 62 years a…