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  • Businesses on Lindsey Street Continue to Struggle Amid Construction

    Mr. Short Stop and Thrift Nation are just two businesses that are struggling during the renovations of Lindsey Street. For Mr. Short Stop, the gas station experienced a major drop in customer traffic which has resulted in the business only allowing one employee on the clock at a time on any given work day. For Thrift

  • Lindsey Street construction continues to haunt businesses

    By Grant Lucas Just over a year ago, the city of Norman began renovating Lindsey St. The renovations will make the road more wide and modern. While the renovations of the street will positively benefit the city of Norman, the businesses that are located on the street are experiencing heavy difficulty in maintaining themselves during

  • Creek Business Woman Finds Advantages in Being a Minority

    Many minority business owners have legitimate complaints when it comes to breaking into the business environment, but a Native American business owner recognizes it as a positive. Salina Dornan owns and operates the Re-New U Med Spa located in Eufaula, Oklahoma. She opened the business in September 2016 after previously owning three other businesses. As

  • Taco About Passion

    Taco About Passion

    He left his stable corporate job for family time and passion. His love for cooking led to starting his own business with a food truck. In the beginning, there were hard times and only $1.86 in his account. Lalo Hernandez is now his own boss and still in business after opening four years ago.  His

  • Oklahoma City Sandwich Shop Employs Daughter to Help Business

    The owners of a sandwich shop in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, have decided after nine years to transfer operational duties to their daughter in hopes of promoting their restaurant online and reaching a younger audience. Lee’s Sandwiches opened in 2008 under Minh Nguyen, a local Oklahoma City business owner. The shop specializes in traditional Vietnamese cuisine

  • Price College to Open Graduate Center in OKC

    Price College to Open Graduate Center in OKC

    The University of Oklahoma’s business college will be opening a new center for their MBA programs in Oklahoma City. Construction is already underway for The Price College’s new 27,000 square foot Graduate and Executive Center in Oklahoma’s Research Park, which is scheduled to be completed in June and to begin hosting classes starting in August.