A new state aid program will help businesses overcome economic challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
OKC businesses were quick to take advantage of federal funding relief.
Oklahoma City's destination sentiment improved year-over-year as tourism boosts positive impressions of OKC.
WalletHub compared a total of 116 of the most populated cities to determine where the hardest-working Americans live.
The program, launched last year, provides entrepreneurs who are accepted with a long-term team of seasoned mentoring executives who help them with advice across a broad range of business activity. Applications are due June 23.
Student entrepreneurs from college campuses across Oklahoma pitched winning business plans online to virtual panels of judges in the recent Loveís Entrepreneurís Cup competition that awarded $158,000 in cash prizes and scholarships.
Retailers are finding new ways to help customers during these challenging times.
A number of companies are still hiring during the coronavirus crisis.