Tag: Business

Two is Better than One: Coworking Coming to the Edmond Area

Two is Better than One: Coworking Coming to the Edmond Area

NewsKateleigh Mills- September 7, 2017

Site of Citizens Bank of Edmond's coworking space. (Ryan Naeve/ The Vista).  Renovations for Citizens Bank of Edmond's collaborative coworking environment are underway for November according to the bank’s president, ... Read More

Net Neutrality Could Hinder Binge-Watchers

Net Neutrality Could Hinder Binge-Watchers

FeatureVictor Quezada- February 22, 2017

The future 'looks bleak' for net neutrality, some experts suggest. Read More

Big Banks Working to Phase Out Credit and Debit Cards

Big Banks Working to Phase Out Credit and Debit Cards

FeatureVictor Quezada- February 17, 2017

Do you use a debit or credit card to access your bank account? That could soon change. Read More

Democrats Boycott Scott Pruitt’s Confirmation Hearing

Democrats Boycott Scott Pruitt’s Confirmation Hearing

FeatureThe Associated Press- February 1, 2017

Democrats on Wednesday temporally thwarted a Senate confirmation vote on Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt, President Trump's pick to head the EPA. Read More

VITA Offers Tax Help

VITA Offers Tax Help

NewsUCentral- January 31, 2017

https://youtu.be/ro5Ti3CCb4I VITA is a program to offer tax help to students, faculty, staff and the community. Assistance will be available in the Business building on Tuesday and Thursday from 2-4:30 ... Read More

The Death of the Newsroom

The Death of the Newsroom

OpinionElizabeth Spence- January 23, 2017

Newsrooms across America are rapidly declining with layoffs and downsizing. The New York Times is one publication that is cutting editorial staff. (Provided/ Pixabay.com).  The New York Times released an article saying that ... Read More

College, Not Always a Means to an End

College, Not Always a Means to an End

NewsElisabeth Slay- January 23, 2017

Earning a college education isn't the only path to success. Read More

Virtual Reality Arcade to Open in Oklahoma City

Virtual Reality Arcade to Open in Oklahoma City

FeatureThe Associated Press- November 17, 2016

Residents in the OKC-area soon will have the opportunity to experience virtual reality gaming at a new store in Penn Square Mall. Read More

Official: 40 to 50 Buildings Damaged in Oklahoma Earthquake

Official: 40 to 50 Buildings Damaged in Oklahoma Earthquake

NewsThe Associated Press- November 7, 2016

Photo: Damage in Cushing, Okla., is seen on Monday, Nov. 7, 2016, caused by Sunday night's 5.0 magnitude earthquake. Dozens of buildings sustained "substantial damage" after a 5.0 magnitude earthquake ... Read More