Archive for December, 2016

A look back at Oklahoma news from 2016

An economic downturn that punched holes in the state budget and led to widespread layoffs at local energy companies. The unexpected death of a business icon and the unwelcome Fourth of July departure of a sports legend. The debut of a new whitewater park …

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Sharon Dobis named January ‘Employee of the Month’

Many have lost their job through no fault of their own, such as when a company moves to another city or has layoffs. “We want to help people and that is our goal,” she said. As Employee of the Month, Dobis will receive gift certificates from Fresh Hair …

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Is Holger Badstuber heading to Manchester?

Bayern gave Badstuber an extension as a sign of good faith back in 2013 in the midst of one of his long injury layoffs. As a kid from the academy, Bayern were willing to give him more time to get healthy than they would any other player. However …

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In business, 2016 was year of ups, downs for East Texas

That led to business closures and layoffs that continued through most of 2016. But oil has rebounded to $50 per barrel and more since the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries agreed in November to curb production for the first time in eight years.

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YEAR IN REVIEW 2016: Letter from the Editor

What I do know is that SIHH, which kicks off in two weeks will be very interesting indeed. There are mass-layoffs, watchmakers picketing outside manufactures, big re-structuring’s, rumours swirling of brands being for sale, all cemented by the general …

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2017: The Year In Preview

But it will continue to work less in 2017. CARTOONS | Ken Catalino View Cartoon The symbiotic relationship between Democrats and the media will endure falling patronage, layoffs and further exposure. So intertwined are they that the idea of one living …

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