"So Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell wants corporations to stay out of politics," says Tulsa resident Mary Parker.
"Until the laws are changed, and corporate greed is reined in, the best we can do as individuals is be mindful when we shop," said Sapulpa resident Liz Dobson.
"Good to see our legislators still have our best interests at heart," said Cleveland, Oklahoma, resident Frank Pacenza.
At a joint meeting Friday morning, leaders with Broken Arrow Public Schools, the Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce, the Broken Arrow City Council and the Broken Arrow Economic Development Corp. laid out their priorities and set up the framework for additional partnerships among the entities.
House Bill 1002, by Rep. Carol Bush, R-Tulsa, would also allow up to 30 years for suits against "an entity, institution, organization, agency, firm, business, or corporation" with some responsibility for the injury.
The Tulsa Development Authority on Monday authorized releasing up to $987,363 from a tax increment financing district to help fund constructio…
Job one of Select Oklahoma is supporting statewide efforts to recruit new and retain existing primary jobs and capital investment in the state.
The Owasso-based nonprofit over the last year awarded $22.5 million in academic funds to loved ones of fallen and disabled service members amid the pandemic.
Gretchen Sorin weaves together gruesome tales of Black accident victims, the way Black affluence led corporations to try to profit from integration, and much more.
North Star Scientific Corporation, based in Hawaii, will start with about five employees and grow to 40 once fully operational.
Transformation Group Holdings purchased the property for $20.5 million last week, land records show.
Like thousands of other small business owners in Tulsa County, my company has been greatly impacted by the pandemic.
A search for the best empanada in Atlantic City's Chelsea neighborhood kicked off Friday as part of ongoing efforts to support local businesses and highlight the neighborhood's diversity and international flavor.
The program will promote nonprofit development in Tulsa's neighborhoods.
The website will aid start-ups and businesses expanding or relocating to the city.
Districts are not defined by their names or mascots, but those ought to be inclusive and inspiring
"While I’m exhilarated by the opportunities we’ve uncovered and the city’s untapped potential, the reality is it’s going to take all of us focusing our efforts on virtual health, energy tech, drones, cyber and analytics, so that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts," the columnist writes.
A new software company represents a sort of pilot project for a wider effort to lure high-tech industries to the city.
A host of government entities, businesses and nonprofits have projects set to begin in north Tulsa in the year leading up to the anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre on May 31- June 1, 2021.
The pandemic has uncovered serious fault lines in our country. Employees who are compensated at low levels and living paycheck to paycheck have been exposed to the greatest health risks and have suffered many of the most severe financial hardships. Our nation is now realizing how it depends on these workers for the essential services that allow us to function.
QT spokesman Mike Thornbrugh said that in these unprecedented times the company takes its role as an essential business seriously and asks that the public do its part to ensure that everyone remains safe.
He wants to run the government like a corporation but a democratic government cannot be run like a corporation.